We have now launched our Read Later feature that lets users save articles and other links they come across and want to, well, read later. Saved links appear in a new Kernel in the My Notes section of Kernels and are saved like normal bookmarks.
There are other apps and browser add-ons that do the same thing, but Kernels is built right into your mobile browser interface so you won’t have to rely on third-party solutions—or clog up your mobile browser with an excess of open tabs and bookmarks.
Read Now is now available as a default feature for iOS users, Android, and Mac users with an M1 chip.
How to use Kernels ‘Read Later’ feature
- Tap the share button in any app (i.e. Safari).
- Scroll to the end on the right and tap More.
- First tap Edit and then turn on the switch next to Kernels. Additionally tap the plus icon to add Kernels to your favorites.
- Now you can quickly save websites to Kernels. To try it out, visit any url on Safari (or Chrome), tap the share button and then the Kernels icon.