Chrome's eight best Reading List extensions allows for the organization and saving of web pages to read later.


This article claims that the following reading list extensions enhance productivity and are better than bookmarks. In addition, the following extensions will easily allow you to save web articles and stories for reading later. 
  • Recommends new content.
  • Sort pages using tags.
  • Social media integration.
  • Allows you to sort and make notes on your saved items. 
  • No tags.
  • Runs a search capability.
  • Displays unread articles in an icon.
  • A random link selection is available.
  • Read items kept in the history.
  • Keyboard shortcuts available. 
  • Your links are stored on the 'New Tab' page.
  • Overwrites other extensions that change the New Tab page.
  • Deletes anything you add after one week.
  • Organises links in groups.
  • Allows customization of the link name when you're adding it.
  • There is no tag or search feature.
  • Basic. 
  • Combination tab-saver and reading-scheduler. 
  • Allows you to set a reading time.
  • Customized snooze buttons. 
  • Can use the Snooze page as your homepage.