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Once you’ve saved an article of interest to the Reading List, it will be sorted into two possible sections, Unread and Pages You’ve Read.

This should help you easily manage offline webpages, something that is currently lacking from Safari’s version of the feature.

As it stands, desktop versions of Chrome do not support this Reading List feature, so don’t expect to access something you’ve saved on your smartphone from a desktop set-up.

However, there are a number of popular third-party extensions that provide similar functionality. 

The Reading List feature on iOS is currently being tested in the latest Google Chrome beta build, so it’s highly likely the feature will be rolled-out worldwide in the near future.

As with all beta features, it is possible the feature will undergo some changes before its final release.

Chrome for iOS is available to download from the iOS App Store.

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