Save web pages for later offline reading, optimized for readability on your tablet or phone’s screen. Critically acclaimed by top blogs, newspapers, and magazines!
Great for long articles and blog posts that you find during the day and would like to read, but don’t have the time when you find them. Save with Instapaper, then read later when you’re commuting, in a meeting, or waiting in line.
– Saves most web pages as text only, stripping away the full-sized layout to optimize for tablet and phone screens
– Distraction-free reading environment gets out of your way so you can focus on the content
– Everything you download is then available **OFFLINE**, so you can read whenever you want, even on airplanes, subways, or Wi-Fi-only devices away from internet connections
– Adjustable fonts, text sizes, line spacing, and margins
– Dark mode and brightness control for night reading
– Automatic Dark mode switching for sunset times in your location (not all devices support this feature)
– Folders for organization
– Share via web browser and any app that supports sharing
– Rotation lock
– Download up to 500 articles on your phone or tablet, and store unlimited articles on the Instapaper website
Instapaper user reviews:
Love it on my other devices and now love it on Android. Keep up the good work!!! Please add pagination though. Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Works well, looks shiny, quite functional from the start. I found an article or two that had problems with large pictures. Switching articles with a sweep motion would be useful. Also “archive all” or something equivalent would be nice to have.
I’ve been using InstaFetch daily for the last two years. I’m glad to see an official Instapaper app at last, but this still needs some work to match the usability of InstaFetch. I won’t switch over until there is at least a paged reading interface and a search tool, and they hide the options bar on the reading screen when it’s not needed. Another serious problem is that the app keeps turning my phone’s brightness up to maximum: that is uncomfortable for reading, and it will drain the battery. More minor complaints are that the list of articles takes up too much space (I can only see 3 articles at a time on the screen on my phone, compared to about 6 with InstaFetch), and the headline and byline are not displayed at the top of most articles (which is strange, because they do appear using Instapaper’s web interface). Bizarrely, archiving an article (surely a very common action?) requires two button presses because it shares a button with “delete” (a much less common action), and it doesn’t return automatically to the article list. Finally, the app icon is larger than any other apps on my phone, which would make for bad aesthetics if I were to add it to my home screen.
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