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Instapaper vs Read It Later

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 12th 2012 - No Comments
Instapaper vs. Read It Later

I’ve covered both of these time-savers in a series of posts — ‪Save Webpages For Later Offline Reading With Instapaper‬, Instapaper On Your Amazon Kindle E-Reader, Five Instapaper Tips, Tricks, And How-To’s, Read It Later For iPhone And iPad, Read It Later For Chrome And The Web, Get Distracted Later With Read It...

Five Instapaper Tips, Tricks, And How-To’s

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 10th 2012 - 1 Comment
Five Instapaper Tips, Tricks, and How-Tos

Power users want to be able to do powerful things, even when provided with the simplest of tools. Smart people want to be able to do things smarter, and that usually involves figuring out some functions that the typical person might not bother trying. And that’s why a solution like Instapaper can be so great. On the surface, Instapaper...

Five Awesome Tricks For Read It Later

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 8th 2012 - No Comments
Five Awesome Tricks for Read It Later

I’ve written here before about how great Read It Later can be for saving all sorts of web content for later enjoyment on a variety of devices, even offline. The core functionality of this service is fantastic, supporting not only text, but video and images, too. With support for everything from iPhone to Android, Kindle Fire to...

Read It Later App For Amazon Kindle Fire

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 1st 2012 - No Comments
Amazon Kindle Fire Has Read It Later App Too

When tablets starting to gain in popularity with the arrival of the Apple iPad, many people wondered when there would be a more affordable option. Most Android tablets at the time were still priced at several hundred dollars, putting them out of budget for many consumers. That changed when the Amazon Kindle Fire was launched, bringing...

Instapaper On Your Amazon Kindle E-Reader

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 27th 2012 - No Comments
Instapaper on Your Amazon Kindle E-Reader

Instapaper is a great way for you to read your web content on the go using an iDevice of your choosing, but did you know that you can save those articles for offline reading on your Amazon Kindle too? Even though the regular Kindle e-reader doesn’t have a traditional app store, it is possible to have your Instapaper saved content...

Save Webpages For Later Offline Reading With Instapaper

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 21st 2012 - No Comments
Save Webpages for Later Offline Reading with Instapaper

You find a great article on the Internet, but you just don’t have the time to read it right now. That’s where a handy tool like Instapaper can come into the picture. There’s a simple web interface that lets you save just about any webpage for later viewing and this is all done without needing to install anything on...

Read It Later For Chrome And The Web

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 18th 2012 - No Comments
Read It Later For Chrome And The Web

I touched on the web interface when I wrote about the Read It Later Android app, but there is definitely a lot to explore with this fantastic “DVR for the Internet.” As a quick refresher, Read It Later allows you to save bookmarks to articles you find on the web so that you can, well, read them later. This way, you don’t...

Read It Later For iPhone And iPad

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 7th 2012 - No Comments
Read It Later For iPhone And iPad

We don’t always have the time to read everything that we want to read, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t bookmark it for reading later. I’ve already covered the Android version of Read It Later and Read It Later Pro, but don’t think that the developers have forgotten about all you iFolk out there. There...

Get Distracted Later With Read It Later Pro (Android App)

by Michael Kwan - on Feb 26th 2012 - No Comments
Get Distracted Later With Read It Later Pro (Android App)

Have you ever had the experience of someone sending you a fascinating article to read on the Internet, but you just don’t have the time to read it right now? I don’t know about you, but what I usually ended up doing was sending the link to myself in the form of an email. The problem with that is that I just ended up creating...