Ever since we launched the Saved web pages feature in February, a lot of users have started using it frequently to keep all pieces of interesting content in one place – straight in Inoreader. Now we’re expanding the functionality and bringing it to mobile.
Saved web pages on the go
First thing’s first – you can now easily access your saved web pages in Inoreader’s apps for iOS and Android. You will see them as a new tab in your app, right next to Stars.
Would you like to see an unread count on the Saved pages icon? Tap the Gear icon and go to Tab counters in the settings menu to choose which tabs display unread counters.
You can delete a saved web page just like you can on your desktop. Just open the article and click the actions menu – you will see the Delete button at the bottom:
Like Stars, you can read your Saved web pages while offline – when you open your Saved web pages section, Inoreader pulls the page text and stores it for you to access at any time. You can load your articles and fill your commute time or any other offline time with productive reading.
The Inoreader extension for mobile
We’re also excited to give you a quicker way to save a web page or subscribe to feeds directly while browsing on your mobile device. Open the Actions menu in your browser and add Inoreader to the available actions. Click on More and turn the Inoreader extension on. You can also rearrange and move it forward in the actions menu.
When you stumble upon something interesting to read later, just open the Inoreader extension. The app will ask if you want to save the content as a web page or subscribe to the feed. Choose your preferred action and you’re ready to go!
To try out Saved web pages on mobile, upgrade to the latest versions of our mobile apps: