Redesigning Instapaper on the Web

Your Instapaper tab should be a refuge from the infinite-scrolling, content-suggesting feeds vying for your attention across the web. A place where the content you know you want to see is supported by design that gets out of the way.

I've been using Instapaper to read later for quite a while now. Actually, it's probably more accurate to say I've been sending articles to Instapaper for some time. Instapaper gets continual use partly because it's really easy to send stuff there. This new design takes that one step further, and makes it way more fun to read it when I'm away from my iPad. The new designs is simply fantastic. The icons, fonts, and responsive design are all great. It makes for a nice little Fluid app.

I've also noticed Instapaper's servers have been lighting fast recently. Betaworks is really going the whole nine yards with Instapaper. They've mentioned new versions of the app are on the way. Now is an exciting time to be an Instapaper user. I would like to congratulate Betaworks on a fantastic job, and I look forward to seeing more. I'd also like to thank Marco Arment. He built a great product, and clearly made the right about who to sell it to. I can't wait to see where Instapaper goes next.

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