Google Chrome for iOS is updated to include a "Read Later" feature
Google added a similar Read Later feature to the Android version of Chrome late last year. This version uses a arrow icon in the menu to start the process of saving content. On Android, saved pages are treated the same as any other downloaded file. On iOS, these files are specifically marked "Read it later."
Whether you are using the iOS or Android version of Read Later, Apple's Reading List, or Pocket, the goal is to read content that interests you without consuming data. Of course, with the major U.S. postpaid and pre-paid carriers beginning to push unlimited high-speed data, the only reason to use Read Later, Reading List or Pocket is to avoid going over the 22-28GB monthly data consumption figure (depending on carrier) that results in your service getting throttled during periods of network congestion.