Founded in 2008 as a premium subscription service, Instapaper is best known for its iOS and Android apps, which save articles for offline reading and remove the clutter and formatting from their original web pages. Digg owner Betaworks acquired Instapaper in 2013, a year after which it launched a of its flagship service. Aside from Instapaper, the company also introduced its Instaparser API earlier this year, which allows developers to extract the article content from web pages.
InstaWeb: Web to PDF Converter, Article Reader ($2.99 - FREE on 11/16/13) a powerful tool for iPhone and iPad to convert any website to PDF very fast and easy. InstaWeb also features a clutter remover to create clean and ready to read PDFs. A must have tool for students, teachers, and professional users who save online articles for offline reading.
The app lets’ users save articles from web pages, or news feeds into OneNote for offline reading later. This approach is something quite similar to what the Pocket app is doing―enabling users to quickly save online articles for offline reading later. And because the articles are saved in OneNote, it means users can scribble on it and share it with friends.
In what is perhaps the most beneficial of the new Wikipedia app updates, you can now save articles for future offline reading simply by pressing the save for later icon at the bottom of any article.