EVERYDAY LIFE MEANS it can be hard to finish what you’ve started reading on your Mac. You’ve got to get to a class, the kids need looking after, or there are a million other things that you need to do first. In short, life gets in the way.

If that sounds familiar, fear not. There are plenty of Safari extensions that let). It lets you save content to a reading list, and if you have the app on your iPhone or iPad you can access it there, too. It also lets you access this content even when you are offline.

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