Pocket, the service formerly known as Read It Later, completely overhauls how you share things across all its platforms.
Readers have more control than ever over the content that they reader, with tools to reformat web pages, remove ads, and save them for later. How should publishers respond?
The future of publishing is doomed. Or perhaps, we’re simply in the middle of a publishing transition that we don’t fully understand yet.
Editor's Pick When I heard Instapaper unveiled an Android app Monday, I quickly made my way to the Google Play store, forked over $2.99, and downloaded the app, which lets you save long articles to read offline later. My excitement fizzled after playing around with an app with a bland interface that didn’t perform as well as its popular iOS counterpart.
The problem with most magazines is that they’re just too quiet. Flipboard, the gorgeous iPad and iPhone reading app, is teaming up with SoundCloud to add audio content to its mix of news, photos, and social media.