Instapaper

Instapaper is a simple tool for saving web pages to read later on one's Android or iOS device, computer, ereader, or smartphone. The service was founded in 2008 by Marco Arment and had about 2 million users as of late 2011. In 2013, Arment sold a majority stake in Instapaper to Betaworks, where it is now operated.
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  • Pinterest Acquires Instapaper; App to Continue On

    … Pinterest has clicked the save button on Instapaper, announcing its acquisition of the application, which will continue to operate as a separate app. Instapaper said in a blog post that its team will relocate from the New York offices of current owner Betaworks to Pinterest’s San Francisco headquarters, adding that its Instaparser developer…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 9 readers -
  • Designing Infographics For Mobile

    … for mobile, but mobile users are quite accustomed to saving content that isn’t optimized for mobile for later by bookmarking or using Evernote, Instapaper, Pocket or other services. The full infographic will allow you to be more persuasive and provide more motivation for the calls to action that require more of the users time and attention. Let’s…

    Jess Bachman/ Visual.lyin Content- 24 readers -
  • AKQA named top agency at 2014 Digiday Awards

    … in the industry with Future Lions, the annual student competition at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Just this year, winning work included a Google Gesture software for the deaf and a wearable tech shirt for kids with heart problems. AKQA took home the Digiday award for their consistently brilliant work and for playing…

    Erin Phillips/ Digidayin Mobile Google- 29 readers -
  • Publishers want out of Apple’s Newsstand jail

    … Geographic and Mental Floss are also cooling to Newsstand, which they say still falls short. “I still think it’s a great place for driving discovery of magazines and content,” said Vidya Gopel, National Geographic’s director of digital marketing and membership. “The challenge is engagement. Readers are subscribing, but then they forget to come…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digiday- 4 readers -
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