Instapaper Relaunches Premium Subscription at $2.99/Month, Updates Privacy Policy to Comply With GDPR

Read-it-later app Instapaper nowadays introduced that it’s relaunching “Instapaper Premium” as a part of the corporate’s new initiative that is having a look in opposition to “the following ten years of Instapaper and past.” Instapaper is hoping to generate earnings after it changed into an unbiased corporate closing month thru a take care of father or mother corporate Pinterest.


Instapaper Premium prices $2.99/month or $29.99/yr and gives complete textual content seek for all articles, limitless notes, text-to-speech playlists on cell, velocity studying, an ad-free web site, and a “ship to kindle” characteristic. The corporate guarantees that there’ll nonetheless be a non-Premium model of Instapaper and those customers “will proceed with an ordinary unfastened account with out get right of entry to to Premium options.”

In addition to getting get right of entry to to Premium options, your Instapaper Premium subscription will assist make sure that we will proceed creating and running Instapaper. Our objective is to construct a long-term sustainable product and trade, with out mission capital, and we want your assist to reach that objective.

In addition to the subscription information, the corporate introduced that it’s bringing Instapaper again to customers within the European Union. Just over two months in the past, Instapaper quickly suspended consumer get right of entry to to its provider throughout Europe because it confronted problems enforcing the EU’s GDPR regulations.

Over the summer time Instapaper took “a lot of movements” to cope with the GDPR and can now go back for customers within the EU with a newly up to date privateness coverage that incorporates the rights afforded to EU customers underneath GDPR. The corporate could also be providing six months of Instapaper Premium to all EU customers suffering from the outage.

Those can join Instapaper Premium at the corporate’s web site.

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