by Joe White
February 25, 2012
Readability's long-awaited iOS app is set to launch in the App Store on March 1, according to the service's official website. Already, Readability - which can transform an ad-cluttered, messy website into an easy-to-read, streamlined online document - is present in some of our favorite apps, like Tweetbot and Reeder. However, the service is finally ready to launch its own application - something that has been in the cards for a while now. As you can see in the video preview below, besides producing beautiful, readable documents out of webpages, Readability's app will also allow users to adjust the produced text - either making it bigger or smaller, or switch fonts - and also includes support for Twitter, allowing users to tweet about interesting articles to their followers. Below, we've included a video of Readability's iPad app in action. Take a look at it now, and we'll let you know once Readability for iOS launches in the App Store on March 1.
Tweetbot for Twitter (iPhone & iPod touch)
Tweetbot for Twitter (iPad)
Reeder for iPad