This Android app promises you hassle-free offline reading
Once you start reading an article in the app, there are plenty of features to try out, including text size and font style. You can even toggle the screen brightness.
Apart from switching between article view and original view, adding links to different folders, you can also export an article as a PDF. Interestingly, Article Reader retains the hyperlinks in a story—and you can save these to your to-read list too. When you click on the hyperlink, you can either open that link within the app or on your default web browser.
When it comes to read-it-later apps, Pocket is right at top of the list. But with its handy features and simple UI, Article Reader Offline presents itself as an impressive option that you can also try.
Category: Productivity & reading
Ratings: Google Play Store: 4.6 stars; App Store: N/A
You could also look at: Pocket, Instapaper
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