One of the app updates I’ve been looking forward to since getting iOS 8 and an iPhone 6 Plus has finally arrived in the form of the latest update to Readability.
The new version of the popular read-later app brings full support for the latest major version of Apple’s mobile operating system. In line with this, Readability now has its very own share extension, which allows you to add articles to your Readability reading list directly from any app that supports iOS’ native share sheet.
To enable the Readability share extension, just access the share sheet in another app, e.g. Safari, tap More on the middle row, and turn on Readability.
Within Readability itself, the app’s latest update offers optimizations for the higher-resolution Retina HD displays of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus, including “pixel perfect typography adjustments.”
Another welcome change in the new version of Readability is this: The app now opens with the Reading List section, where your saved articles are found, instead of the Recommended section, which contains other users’ recommended articles.
The new Readability update also includes various bug fixes and enhancements.
See also: Newsify feed reader app now optimized for iPhone 6 and iOS 8, StumbleUpon 4.0 features new design with new navigation menu and more, and Microsoft updates OneDrive for iOS with support for passcode, Touch ID, iPhone 6 and more.