Good news for those of you who have been waiting a long time for the Readability app to arrive on the Apple App Store. After being denied approval last year, the app has finally made its way over to the most popular mobile device platform. For those of you who don’t know, Redability is app that is similar to Pulse, Instapaper and Read It Later – it lets users save articles on the web for later reading in a reformatted view that is cleaner and easier to read.
Users can also save articles for offline reading – great for those times when you’re low on battery and have to turn off data or if you’re travelling via an underground train, airplane or you’re going to be in an area with spotty coverage. The app also comes with the usual sharing features, making it easy to share interesting articles with all your friends.
A pretty useful app that took too long to arrive since the market has got some pretty popular alternatives right now. Regardless, if you’d like to give Readability a shot, head over to the Apple App Store to download it now (free).
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