One of the interesting features in iOS 6 is the built-in Reading List in Safari. Say there’s an article you’d like to read, but can’t get to it at the moment. You can save the text to your iPhone by tapping the share button in Safari and selecting Add to Reading List.
Not only can you read later with the Reading List, but it can sync with iCloud to your other iOS devices or a Mac desktop. But what if you want to use another read later service besides the default iOS Reading List? That’s where the Readr tweak comes into play.