Save on­line ar­ti­cles to read later

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Google re­cently added a new Save fea­ture to Google Now, pro­vid­ing a quick and easy way to read on­line ar­ti­cles later. How­ever, un­like other sim­i­lar ser­vices such as In­stapa­per (­stapa­ and Pocket ( www. get­, you will need an in­ter­net con­nec­tion to read th­ese ar­ti­cles.

Open Google Now (the white icon with the mul­ti­coloured G) on your An­droid phone or tablet, then search for and open any ar­ti­cle that you want to save. Tap the new book­mark icon at the top right. You’ll see op­tions to save the ar­ti­cle to your ex­ist­ing list or to cre­ate a new list.

To read your saved ar­ti­cles, tap the three lines at the top left of Google Now, then tap Saved (see screen­shot above). You’ll now see your lists, along with the ar­ti­cles you saved.

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