Jul 31, 2012

Facebook Wants to Be Your Instapaper Now, Too
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It must be flattering to be Marco Arment, creator Instapaper and pioneer of putting articles aside to read in the bathroom. His app’s imitators are legion, and have grown by a very intimidating one: Facebook. Its “save for later” feature is no Instapaper. But it may not have to be.The new service, just rolling out today according to iMore, is available on both Facebook apps and Facebook.com. And how it works will be familiar to anyone who’s, well, saved for later before. When you’re on mobile, press a post you’d like to read at another time, and you’ll be prompted with the option to put it in a Saved folder. On your desktop, the option will appear as a button below each article.

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