How to set up and use Reading Lists in iOS 7 Safari

Posted by phil on Mercredi déc 18, 2013 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

Reading Lists is Apple’s own take on a read-it-later service. Built right into the Safari browser, you can save any webpage you find interesting but just don’t happen to have time for at the moment. Then, you can come back when you’re ready, and find all your saved items, all in one convenient place. Because Reading Lists sync, you can also save things from your IPHONE on the go, then read them at home later on your IPAD, or stack up a bunch of articles from your Mac, then read them while you’re waiting in line on your IPHONE. It’s not as powerful as some App Store alternatives, but it’s built right in, and that makes it incredibly convenient. How to add an article to your Reading List in iOS 7 Safari How to access your Reading List in iOS 7 Safari How to add an article to your Reading List in iOS 7 Safari Launch Safari from the Home screen of your IPHONE or IPAD. You can also use any other third party app that supports sending links to Safari’s Reading List. Navigate to the web address for the article or page that you’d like to add to your Reading List. Tap on the Share button. Now tap on Add to Reading List. That’s it. The page or story is now in your Safari Reading List. Keep in mind that the process you’ll use may vary a little in third party apps that support Safari Reading List. If all else fails, just look for a Share button or hold down on a link to see if an option comes up. How to access your Reading List in iOS 7 Safari Launch Safari from the Home screen of your IPHONE or IPAD. Tap on the Bookmarks icon in the bottom navigation menu. Now tap on the icon in the top navigation that looks like reading glasses. This is your Safari Reading List. Now just tap on the story you’d like to start reading. That’s all there is to it! Many apps support Safari Reading List now so you can pretty much send articles and web pages to it from wherever. This makes it perfect for recipes, funny articles you want to remember to share later, and pretty much anything else you don’t want to have to try and remember where you found it later. If you use Safari Reading List, let us know what you tend to use it for and whether you prefer it over third party read-it-later services now. Why or why not?        

Source: How to set up and use Reading Lists in iOS 7 Safari – The IPhone Blog

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