Reading app 4+

Save articles, read in peace

Douglas Hill

    • Free



A fast and graceful app for saving webpages and text snippets to read. When you find an article on the web you’d like to read without being sidetracked from whatever you’re doing, save it in the app and come back to it at a better time. There’s no need to make an account because everything happens right on your device.

The reading experience is paramount. Saved articles are shown beautifully with a comfortable, distraction-free layout. Side-by-side pages mean you can focus on reading instead of scrolling. Multiple columns on iPad make effective use of the large screen and avoid long lines, which would be hard to read.


• Saves webpages for offline reading.
• Cleans up webpages by stripping out distracting parts so you can focus on the writing.
• Saves text snippets.
• Keeps your data privately on your device. No online accounts.
• Shows text in multiple columns to make excellent use of larger screens and give a feel like a magazine or newspaper.
• Uses your preferred Text Size from the Settings app, including large accessibility sizes.
• Can optionally use the system font for best clarity.
• Supports Dark Mode.
• Correctly lays out articles using right-to-left scripts such as Arabic and Hebrew.
• Is usable almost entirely from a hardware keyboard without touching the screen.
• Supports accessibility features including VoiceOver, Switch Control, Voice Control, and reduce motion.
• Exports really nice PDFs of articles. Take a screenshot and then select “Full Page”.
• Includes Shortcuts actions to add, find, extract data from, and delete articles.

What’s New

Version 7

Archiving articles and menu on the reading screen.

• Adds the archive. Instead of deleting articles after reading them, you can keep them around for easy reference. The archive button replaces the Open Original button at the end of articles.
• Adds a menu at the top of reading screen to access all article actions, including Open Original and Copy.
• Reduces the amount of device storage needed for saving new articles.
• Fixes saving webpages from Safari not working on an upcoming system version.

App Privacy

The developer, Douglas Hill, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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