We take all your long-form articles from Instapaper, Readability & Pocket. And everything ends up in one inbox. And we sync every article down on your desktop computer & make them available offline. And you can search them too.
Every read-it-later service provides different features. With us, Readability users can put articles in folders & Instapaper fans can tag their articles. We can’t sync these changes back, if your service doesn’t provide them. But in Words, we can make it happen.
We want to provide the best possible reading experience on the desktop. So we took care of it for you. The bigger the window, the bigger the font size. And just in case you want to supersize your text, just check the preferences and choose the bigger text option.
We offer you two different kinds of reading experiences. The single column approach is the tried & test way of reading on the internet. Additionally you can choose the multicolumn view for more newspaper like experience. You should give it a try.
Aside from offering you the standard serif and sans-serif themes, we included some more subtle and characteristic options (even including a Comic Sans theme for our designer friends). Additionally we added a Dyslexic option.
Now you have curated yourself a library of quality articles, you probably need to find a specific piece of text you know you had saved some time ago. Just pop in some text into our search field and we will look up the article to you.
Mac.Appstorm Review: A Brand New Take on Reading Later. For Instapaper, Readability, and Pocket for your Mac, Words 2 packs a unique interface & responsive text for a nice offline reading experience. 9/10 Points.Check it out yourself