If you’re a big fan of the bookmarking/web clipping service for your read-it-later needs, you’ll be excited to try out Instachrome. It brings simple navigation bar integration of to .

After installing Instachrome and linking it to your Instapaper account you’ll be ready to start saving articles from Chrome to Instapaper for later —if you’re unfamiliar with Instapaper you’ll definitely want to check out their main site and the tips and tricks we’ve shared for using it here .

The default setup is to not show the popup menu seen in the screenshot above, but to have a click of the Instachrome icon automatically save the article and confirm with a little green “OK” on each click. If you want to see the popup menu for more detailed interactions, make sure to “enable popup” in the options menu

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Instachrome Brings Instapaper Clipping to Chrome [Downloads]