We’ve been receiving quite a few emails regarding a read it later type feature for our App Advice iPhone and iPad app. While we're considering it, let us show you how to achieve the next best thing using email or our app's native Instapaper integration in today's iOS Academy.
Alphonso Labs, the team behind the popular Pulse News app, is making it easier for users to save articles for later reading. Beginning today, a Pulse bookmarklet and Chrome add-on are available, according to news first revealed by Mashable.
We often highlight the plethora of news apps available for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. However, long-form writing, both fiction and non-fiction, is also becoming quite popular on iDevices. Here we list some of your choices.
The folks over at Read it later are telling us an outmost curious story today. Apparently, Apple rejected their latest update this weekend because it's requiring users to register for an account to function.
Disciplines can be applied to your iPhone. Let's be frank: the iPhone is dead sexy and dead snappy. It's a high tech toy that can do a lot of cool things, as seen in the commercials. But just because you got a smartphone that is smart in its attitude, this doesn't mean you can't accomplish amazing things with it.