iOS: One of the nicer features in Apple’s Safari is the Reading List, which gives you an in-browser place to save articles to read later. Today, Chrome gets that too.
Chrome’s feature is called Read Later and it works basically the exact same as the one in Safari. In Chrome, open up an article you want to read later, tap the three dot icon, then the share icon, then Read Later. Articles that you add are downloaded to your device so you can read them anywhere. You can access your list by clicking the three dot icon and selecting Reading List. One nice additional feature in Chrome missing in Safari is that it will divide up the articles you’ve saved into “Unread” and “Pages You’ve Read” sections, so it’s easy to track everything.
If you’ve been neglecting services like Pocket and Instapaper out of laziness lately, then Chrome’s built-in service makes it a little easier to use. The update is available right now.
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