Android: Readability has always been a great way to strip articles of their web formatting for easy reading, and now you can extend that convenience to Android. You can save your articles from anywhere, and read them offline on any Android device — no ugly ads or web formatting in the way.
Following its recent iOS apps, Readability brings its offline, text-only reading to Android. Like other read-later apps, you can save articles to Readability right from your browser, strip it of its formatting, then read it offline on your mobile device.
Readability's a little late to the game, with apps like Instapaper and Read It Later already well established in this sphere. Readability's main advantages are that its completely free and available on a different set of devices, including the Kindle — two features that Read It Later can't claim. It also looks gorgeous, and in our opinion, is much prettier than Read It Later. That said, Read It Later has interoperability with more apps and can share articles directly from your Android browser — which Readability, for some reason, can't do. Still, it's a worthy alternative to the other apps, and with a price tag of $0, you don't have much to lose by trying it out.
Readability is a free download for Android devices. You can grab it from the Google Play store.
Readability [Readability Blog]