What I didn't realize was that there's also a mobile application to allow you to add things to your Read It Later list on the go. The free app has iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and Pre applications that give you easy access to your saved content. In the latest, just-released update, Read It Later organizes saved headlines into a "Digest," grouping by category. This way, you're not presented with a long list of unorganized, unread items. While the add-on and applications do the sorting automatically, you are able to edit your preferences and add new categories and share your digest with others.
- Sounds like everyone is cashing in on the e-book reader craze. Rumor has it that Barnes & Noble has been in talks with Verizon and now Sprint about a possible eReader partnership. — Switched
- Wal-Mart and Amazon are following in Apple's footsteps by adjusting the prices for their digital music. — USA Today
- Find out what etiquette rules Tyra Banks suggests practicing when using Facebook and Twitter. — Techie Diva
- Read It Later app is a Firefox extension that will allow you to bookmark a page's text or all of the content to read offline later on your iPhone. — Lifehacker
- The HTC Touch Diamond will be coming to Verizon Wireless this month and will cost a whopping $300 even with a contract. — Engadget
My devotion to Google Reader has been well-documented here, and I relish any new opportunity to get more of it (though I'd have to be a superhuman to read everything in my reader daily).
Read It Later is a free Firefox extension that just adds little empty check marks to stories in your feeds, and when you come to a post you want to read but don't have time to, simply click the check marks.
All checked stories are then saved in a separate reading list — either from Read It Later's site, in your RSS Reader, or for reading offline later!