Read for iPad

Read is an iPad for reading websites and blogs without clutter. Say goodbye to ads and sidebars filled with useless information - Read strips it all away leaving you with only the content you wish to read. Read is preloaded with a wide variety of sources and the list continues to grow each day.

A beautiful and efficient way to read the web's best blogs and news sites. Going through articles is an estimated 170% faster than regular browsing. Since all the clutter is gone, Read will only load the most important stuff: content.

  • Add articles to Instapaper or Read it Later for offline reading
  • Streams: Presenting the latest news in one easy, digestible stream
  • Adjustable Typography with 4 additional fonts
  • Dictionary support in iOS 5
  • Post articles to Twitter or Email them
  • Open articles in built-in browser
  • Article's links are added as Footnotes
  • Request your own sources to be added
  • Clear Read Capability

Read is available on the iPad for $2.99.

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Leanna Lofte

App and Photography Editor at iMore. Mother, wife, and math instructor. Follow her on Twitter @llofte and send her apps to consider for review at iosapps@imore.com

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There are 14 comments. Add yours.

myPhone says:

Can't most of these things be done in Safari for iOS 5?

SimonK says:

I'm not sure I get this... Is this an RSS Reader, or is it just a webbrowser using the new built-in feature for reading webpages in safari? Or maybe some magazin like app?

Michael Stanclift says:

"Say goodbye to ads and sidebars filled with useless information"
But the ones on TiPb are OK? ;)

Air Conditioner Condenser says:

I very much appreciated this posting, it could have been my story.
I also started using and adapting Montessori materials in my homw preschool b
ack in the ’70's…(wow I am old!) before I had completed my training.I totally agree
in hoping that the world of Montessori will be opened to many young families!

iPad fan and a photographer says:

Is it a standalone browser or just an add-on for Safari?

Steering Stabilizer says:

it is really interesting; . I continuously
look for these kinds of blogs which give lot of information.
i get a lot of information from this.and wish to complete this job.
i read from net about sorts,teaching and other riffirent blogs

RodneyJ725 says:

"Read is an iPad..."? I think you meant an iPad "app"

Se7eN says:

Is there a exact app (or similar) for the iPhone? Cos having ads when browsing the net with an iPad doesn't exactly bother me one bit.

jivemaster says:

Reader in Safari doesn't support all pages, unlike this. It seems to be completely random when the reader button decides to appear in Safari. I'm not talking about forums either, I'm talking about regular news websites. This article right here for example does not have reader available in the title bar!