A list that holds the pages that you didn't read yet but you would like to.
ToBeRead bookmarks your opened tabs for later read if you don't want to read them right now but later. If you find yourself reopening the same pages in the morning, pages that you did not read yet but you would like to, if your browser has more than 10 tabs opened every morning then this extension is for you. ToBeRead will access, on your choice, your browsing history but only opened tabs in order to save them always locally. ToBeRead Light version of the extensions will not save the screenshot of your pages when you add them to the "read later" list. For that you have ToBeRead Pro, also free. Good news everyone, another version of this extension is available now: the pro version; it saves the screenshot of your page that you save in the read later list and so it needs just one more permission. Check it, you might like it more.
- (2015-02-18) ripperfrvr: Add a menu button for a link.
- (2014-02-07) J Gillman: Nice extension. But there seems to be no way to contact the author (here or at the website). I'd like to know where the saved items are stored, because it doesn't seem to be in the Bookmarks like To Be Read Pro. For those who haven't tried it, it works like this: on a page you want to save to read later, right click anywhere blank, and choose "Save for Later and Close". The page closes, and any time after that you can go into the toolbar at the top of Chrome and access the items you've saved. Warning: once you bring it up again, it is gone from the saved list (which is good, I suppose, you don't have to clean up old saves).
- (2012-11-05) James Joseph: This is the best 'read later' app in the market - hands down. I've only run into one problem: After adding a bunch of pages, the list pops up and OFF the screen, instead of down where it should be. Only a small sliver of my list of visible. Please look into fixing this bug and I will happily give 5 stars. Thanks for the great work! p.s. - the same problem exists with the 'pro' version as well
- (2012-06-15) 迅星: suggestion： 1. Add a search box to filter items 2. Sort list by date 3. Sort list by name 4. Add shortcut key to save current tab 5. Add an option to keep popup while clicking an item 6. A click to open all