Best Read It Later Apps for iPhone to Bookmark, Save and Preserve Articles

Enrich your reading experience! We have picked out the top 10 read it later apps for iPhone and iPad to let you save articles and read them at your own pace. Besides, they also allow you to keep all of your saved articles organized and share them with your friends.

While browsing web or scanning through news or top stories, you come across some interesting stories. But due to lack of time, you can’t read them now. How would you be able to instantly access them later at your own peaceful time, read them even offline or use a personal narrator to read those favorite articles for you? Very simple. You would need these best read it later apps for iPhone to get things done for you.

Though there are several “read it later” apps at the App Store, these ten apps are the class apart. Read more to find out why I’m so fond of them!

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Best Read It Later Apps for iPhone and iPad

#1. PaperSpan

PaperSpan iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

PaperSpan is a reader’s delight! It comes with several highly neat features that play a pivotal role in boosting your reading experience. To me, what makes this app so handy is the ability to auto-assigned your saved articles. That means you don’t have to spend a lot of time in categorizing your stories.

You can simply launch the app and search the sort of articles you wish to read or head into your preferred category. You will be able to read and manage your articles even offline.

Whatever changes you make will be automatically synced when your device is reconnected to the Internet. If you don’t want to use your eyes for reading, you can make the app read stories for you even when you are offline. That’s not all; PaperSpan also lets you keep track of your reading habits.

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Price: Free

#2. Pocket

Pocket iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

“Pocket” is where you can save your favorite articles, videos, and links to catch up with them at your own convenient time. You can customize the app as per your preference to have better reading experience. Thanks to the personalized recommendations, you will quickly discover the articles that interest you the most.

As it offers unlimited storage, you can save as many items as you want. Use text-to-speech functionality to listen to articles. Furthermore, it works with not just with Safari but also with Google Chrome and Firefox.

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Price: Free

#3. InstaWeb

InstaWeb iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

InstaWeb can make you fall in love with reading!. The app presents your saved articles in a clean format so that you can read them with complete peace of mind. There is also an in-app browser to let you browse the web securely.

With the built-in PDF converter, you can effortlessly convert pages into PDF. It lets you synchronize your files with Dropbox and Google Drive so that you can access them from any of your devices. Besides, you will be able to share your PDF via Email and Message.

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Price: Free

#4. Instapaper

Instapaper iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

With “Instapaper,” you will quickly save stories and take advantage of the variety of tools to have a more enjoyable reading experience. You can select from several different color themes, change fonts and use spacing options.

Sort articles based on popularity, date, and length. Organize your saved articles neatly in separate folders. The text-to-speech feature allows you to listen to articles. You can control text-to-speech from your Apple Watch as well.

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Price: Free

#5. Reeder 3

Reeder 3 iPhone and iPad Read it Later App Screenshot

Reeder 3 comes with the support of several services such as Instapaper, The Old Reader, Fever, FeedHQ and more. You can use various themes like including light, dark, white and black to make reading more convenient.

Save any stories to Safari reading list and read them later. Share your top stories via Facebook, Twitter, and Mail. With rich user-interface and high-quality features, this app is primed to liven up your reading habit.

Price: $4.99

#6. Refind

Refind iPhone and iPad Read It Later App Screenshot

“Refind” offers a seamless read-it-later experience. Well, I say it because I’ve found the app very intuitive and a handy tool for the folks who want to keep their organized.

Beyond the basic functionality, the app lets you follow the top sources like The Guardian, Tech Crunch, The Wired and more. Once you have chosen your favorite news sources, it automatically picks their latest stories so that you can keep track of them with ease.

You will also mute stories, switch language, import bookmarks and export data. Moreover, Refind lets you create a social profile to share your thoughts and interact with like-minded people.

Price: Free

#7. Outread

Outread Speed Reading iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Outread is primarily a speed reader app, but it also works as a top-notch read it later app. You can add your own ebooks or choose great novels to read from a huge library. Sync it with Instapaper and Pocket to access all of your saved articles.

Check out the reading stats to keep a tab on your progress. Adjust the speed and highlighter size to get along with your own reading speed. The app lets you save stories for offline reading as well.

Price: $1.99

#8. Articles +

Articles Plus iPhone and iPad Read It Later App Screenshot

“Articles +” keeps everything simple and works reliably as your handy reading tool. The app allows you to quickly drop the stories you like to your list. And with the features like tagging and archiving in the offing, you will be able to manage the articles with ease.

Based on your preference, you will customize the layout of the articles and also change the theme to enhance your reading. The app also lets you ideally adjust the brightness and choose night mode to enhance reading.

Furthermore, you can import articles from other sources and keep them in sync with your preference. Lastly, the free version of the app lets you bookmark only 30 articles per month. If you want to go beyond, you will need to upgrade to the Plus or Pro version.

Price: Free

#9. Offline Pages Pro

Offline Pages Pro iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Rated as a number one offline browsing app, this app is primed to take your offline browsing to another level. You can download the entire website (up to 50,000 pages) together with all the formatting, videos, images and documents to scan through everything peacefully.

You can organize pages with the use of folders and tags. With the fast page loading, it ensures you have a good time scrolling through pages. Backup, archive and preserve the specific websites. Furthermore, the app lets you import or export downloaded websites too.

Price: $9.99

#10. Reading Queue

Reading Queue iPhone and iPad Read It Later App Screenshot

“Reading Queue” isn’t a feature-rich read-it-later app. However, it’s more than fine to make your reading a pleasing experience. The app works perfectly with Safari, allowing you to save stories for later with ease.

Once you have added the articles to your list, you can swipe through them and read when you want. It allows you to archive articles and even delete the ones that are no longer needed. Plus, you will also share some interesting stories with your friends.

Price: Free

#11. iPhone and iPad Read it later App Screenshot

Raindrop is pretty good at managing bookmarks. With this app at your disposal, you can save everything you want to catch up later and also be able to keep them fully organized. The app also let’s tab your bookmarks so that you can easily access them.

Invite your friends to collaborate with you and also share your work with others. Also, synchronize all of your data to have a more streamlined experience. Another notable feature of this Read It later app is the support of several languages like English, Armenian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French and more.

Price: Free

Wrap Up

With these apps available, you will have a much better reading experience. While popular apps like Pocket and Instapaper are excellent, other apps like Readable makes reading absolute delight. So, which one of these apps are you going to use?

You would also like to catch up with: best dictionary apps, best encyclopedia apps, best Safari extensions, and best speed reader apps etc.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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