Instapaper has been a popular app on iOS for ages. It allows you to “save” a web page for later reading (offline if you like) – which is incredibly handy when you’re in a rush yet have spotted an article you like the look of.
Well, now Android users don’t need to feel like second class citizens, because Instapaper is now available for download at the Google Play Store, priced at £1.93.
It works on both tablets and phones, and features adjustable fonts, text sizes, line spacing an margins, plus folders to organise content. You can download up to 500 articles at any one time, or store an unlimited amount on the Instapaper website.
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