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Read It Later is a cool add-on for Firefox that lets you save something that you see on the Internet so you can "read it ...
later." Now, you can also read your saved stuff right on your iPhone!
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How to use Read It Later on your iPhone?
Michael Callahan: Hi this is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how you can enjoy Read It Later on your iPhone. If you are fan of Read It Later like I'm and you use it in Firefox its an add-on for Firefox I've got a link in the show notes what's cool about it is it lets you save things so that you can read them later. Just by clicking on a link, you can click it and read it later and put it in reading list. Now if you like that you can also have it on your iPhone.
Now when you first install its available from the Apple app store for free. You have to go in and you can either create an account from the iPhone or login to your existing web account. Then just want to tap on reading list. You see I use it to save articles that I want to leave read later on handy windows tips, best freeware downloads from Microsoft lots of things that you can do to read. You can sort the items if you want you can filter it using keywords and so on. So this is a great way where you can have Read It Later on your iPhone and catch-up on your extra reading while you are waiting in the dentist office or some place else. So this is using read it later on your iPhone and that's all there is to it.
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