Readability, one of the first services on the web to take ad-ridden web pages and present their content in plain text, announced this morning they were taking down the barriers between their free and paid versions, and now offer free users all of the benefits of premium accounts. Now all Readability users will get unlimited access to their reading lists, favourites, archives and more.
Previously mentioned Readability has always been a great way to cut through the bloat of the web and get right to the content that interests you most, much like similar services Read It Later and Instapaper. The update brings all Readability features to all users, including the ability to send any article you like to your Kindle and get a digest of your reading list on your Kindle every day.
The service will still offer users the ability to donate to support the project and the writers the service aggregates, and their upcoming iPhone and iPad app will likely cost a few dollars, but the service is worth another look now if you haven’t been using it, or if you have a free account and want to make more use of it.