Reading Queue for iOS

18 November 2018 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Reading Queue for iOS

Frustrated by apps like Pocket or Safari Reading List, I made my own minimal read-it-later app to help me deal with my slight FOMO/information obesity issue, and review all the pages I saved in a more efficient way.

If you are familiar with Safari Reading List, Pocket, or Instapaper, Reading Queue removes the anxiety of picking something to read from an endless list of page titles. It simply shows the first page in the queue and nothing else. Once you’re done reading, or if that article is not worth your time anymore, just swipe to archive it, and the next page is already there, with zero waiting time.

Reading Queue displays an estimated read time for every page, but also a cumulated read time for everything you have saved, because "10 hours of reading" is much more meaningful than “50 pages".

You can get it on the App Store here.

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Greg de J

I'm a developer in Tokyo, Japan

Veteran web developer, now transitioning to iOS.

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