This year Instapaper celebrated its tenth birthday and, now that we are an independent company, we’ve been thinking a lot about the next ten years of Instapaper and beyond.
To ensure Instapaper can continue for the foreseeable future, it’s essential that the product generates enough revenue to cover its costs. In order to do so, we’re relaunching Instapaper Premium today.
As a reminder, Instapaper Premium is a subscription for $2.99/month or $29.99/year that offers the following features […]
Instapaper recently changed owners again — Pinterest sold it back to the people who bought it from Marco Arment.
Additionally, today we are bringing back Instapaper to European Union users. Over the past two months we have taken a number of actions to address the General Data Protection Regulation, and we are happy to announce our return to the European Union.
We are very sorry for the extended downtime and, as a token of our apology, we are giving six months of Instapaper Premium to all EU users affected by the outage.
I haven’t used Instapaper since Marco Arment sold it a few years ago but I’m considering a comeback.
Today, we’re excited to announce that Instapaper is joining Pinterest.
Hope they don’t screw it up. Or kill it off.