Except for the hassles of wading through hundreds of websites to find a few gems worth reading.
If you love your TV’s DVR, then you’ll love Pocket, for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Pocket is where you put anything you want to read later. It’s like time shifting your website surfing. Find what you want now, save it for later. In fact, Pocket was once called Read It Later, which is more descriptive.
Here’s Pocket on the Mac.
Pocket looks and feels a bit like foraging through subscriptions on an RSS reader. As you’re browsing the web and find something interesting to read, save it for later reading by saving it to Pocket.
Once it’s in Pocket, the web pages are synchronized between devices automatically. iPhone, iPad, Mac. Once an article is placed in Pocket it can be organized as you require, and shared with others.
Pretty much anything web-based can be saved in Pocket. Photos, graphics, articles, videos, and so on. I don’t claim to understand the Read It Later business plan, but Pocket is free, and it gets an enormous number of four and five star reviews.