How many times a day do you find something online that you don’t have time to read but definitely want to come back to it later? For me, that happens quite often and fortunately, there are a number of ways you can keep track of those “Read It Later” items. (And none of them involve sticky notes or ribbons around your finger!)
Here are a few apps that will help you keep track of all those things you can’t get to now, but you want to keep track of for later when you can.
These apps have different features, but in a nutshell they save pages in a central location so you can easily find them later.
This is the one I use, with a simple bookmarklet that lets me save a page with a single click. (Available for Web, Mac, Chrome App, iOS, Android, Kindle)
This one is like creating an online newspaper of things you want to circle back to. (Available for Web, iOS, Android, Kindle)
Readability turns any web page into a clean view for reading now or later on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. You can also follow people to see what they are marking to read later. (Available for Web, iOS, Android with lots of integrations with other apps.)
If you’re already an Evernote user (which we’ve covered before), you might want to check out this one. Clearly makes blog posts, articles and webpages clean and easy to read. You can easily save them to Evernote to read them anytime, anywhere.