… and read it from just about any device!
Guest postÂ Â by Katrina Robinson
Do you frequently comes across content you want to bookmarkÂ and check out when you have some down time? Read It Later gives you the opportunity to collect web pages and blog posts from the Internet and save them to read later.
You can use Read It Later on or offlineâ€”at home, at work, on the plane, in the carâ€¦and no Internet connection is necessary. As of April 2011, there were over four million people using the Firefox extension version of Read It Later. So what exactly makes this service so attractive?
First, it's important to note that Read It Later can be accessed from a wide variety of applications. You can access Read It Later from your computer through browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. You can also access Read It Later on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, eBook Reader, Windows Mobile, or other mobile device. All in all, there are over 100 applications that are able to access Read It Later.
But that's not allâ€”Read It Later also has an open API that allows users to develop their own Read It Later applications and then share those applications with other users. As of the writing of this article, there were over 3,700 user-created applications.
Signing up and using Read It Later is extremely easy. All you have to do is create a username and password and provide your email address. At this point, you'll be able to install whatever application or applications you'd like to use to access your Read It Later list.
So, againâ€”why do so many people love Read It Later? There are many reasons, including the following:
- It's easy to use
- It's easy to install
- It's accessible through loads of applications
- It save you time
- It helps to organize your most-loved web pages and/or blog posts
- It eliminates the needs for bookmarks that clutter your browser
- Oh, yeahâ€”it's free
Don't you think it's about time that you stopped feeling overwhelmed with the amount of web pages you need to review and checked out Read It Later?
Katrina Robinson is a freelance writer and editor who writes about a wide variety of topics.
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