Read it Later for Android is on the Android Market for $0.99. The app is ideal for managing reading across devices, in online and offline modes.
Called a “DVR for the Web” by the New York Times, Business Week, Time, TechCrunch, and others, Read it Later app allows you to get back to reading articles that you could not read earlier for lack of time. You can simply add the link to your reading list, either on your PC or your phone, tablet, whatever and start reading the article whenever you want to.
The app also saves your scrolling position so it’s easier for you to resume reading from where you left off. Imagine, you’re reading an article on your desktop at home… when oops, you’ve got to catch the bus … you add the link to Read it Later. You catch the bus, fish out your Android phone, open the article with the link stored on Read it Later and start reading. Even if you don’t have data access, you can still read the articles because Read it Later downloads them.
You can save links to articles and websites from the browser, computer, mobile browser, or any of the 130 applications (such as Alien Blue – iPhone, BookMarks2Go – Blackberry, NewsRoom – Android, Time To Read – Windows Phone 7, etc.) that have Read it Later support.
Read it Later displays an article in Article View with only the words, images, captions, and videos, no clutter. You can adjust the font size, alignment, etc. for your reading convenience.
Get the app from Android Market now.