Use Chrome’s Reading List to Take Control of Your Offline Reading

Offline ReadingAs busy freelance writers, we don’t always have the time to read all of the interesting content out there.

We know we should stay up on the latest trends in our fields, market, and other topics that interest us, but there’s only so many hours in a day.

That’s why ‘read it later’ apps like Pocket and Instapaper are so popular. With a few clicks, you can save a link to the app and then, you guessed it, read it later on your mobile device or computer.

But what about using your web browser to do the same thing?

If you’re a Mac or iPhone user, you’ve been seeing it in Safari for a number of years. Now, Google just released a version of their own within the Chrome web browser (mobile only).

Sure, you could use an app like Pocket, but why download another app when you’ve already got the ability to ‘read it later’ in your web browser?

Let’s take a closer look at how Chrome’s Reading List works and why you should use it.

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Julia Borgini

Julia is a copywriter & content marketing strategist who helps B2B companies generate more revenue from their content marketing programs. With her 15+ years experience as a technical writer for B2B tech companies and 6+ years as a copywriter & content marketer, Julia is the trusted Geek insider who can make even the most complex tech subjects seem simple. Her clients trust her to uncover & show off the benefits of any kind of tech product or service, from SaaS software solutions to insurance adjudication software, video games infrastructure to hardware security key fobs. Julia is happy to share her tech knowledge and content marketing insights with Wealthy Web Writer members. Chat with her on Twitter @juliaborgini

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