Information overload is real. You don’t always have time to read a 5,000-word feature or juicy interview when it pops up on your Twitter feed, but a number of services let you save it for later—even if you’re without an internet connection.
Whether you’re underground between subway stops, caught in a dead zone, or your internet is out, the most reliable way to catch up on your digital reading is to make sure it’s downloaded and accessible offline.
Many apps and browsers support offline reading, no matter your device. Here’s how to get started.