The popular webpage saving site hit the App Store Thursday. Readability allows users to save articles to be either read later or simply read in a mobile browser friendly format. Some apps, such as Tweetbot, offers built in access to Readability to save articles. For example, when users find interesting articles in their timeline, but don’t have to the time to read right then, it can be saved with a click of a button. Later, it can be read on a desktop or now with the Readability app. Also, with the app, Webpages are saved offline so users don’t even need a network connection, which can be handy for WiFi iPads.
Other features include sharing options to share favorite articles with friends. Built in services allow users to comment and share articles on Facebook and Twitter.
Readability is available now for both iPhone and iPad and it is free.