Are you the kind of person who reads a lot of written content on the web, like our wonderful articles, general news, long-form content, personal blogs, or whatever else? If so, you may be interested in taking advantage of the Reading List feature that Safari has to offer, which is useful when you want to save webpages for reading later.
Reading List gives you the option to save web content and come back to it later when you have the time to read it. You can keep adding as many web pages that you want to this list and even read the content when you’re not connected to the internet, provided you’ve saved it offline. Safari’s reading list even syncs with iCloud, so even if you switch between your Apple devices, you’ll have access to all the saved webpages.
Let’s check out using Reading List, first on iOS/iPadOS, and then on MacOS.