Marco Arment’s popular offline reading app, Instapaper, is getting better on iOS 6 with a few bug fixes, as well as a new accessibility font that the developer himself recommends not just to the visually impaired, but to everyone.
Instapaper version 4.2.6 brings iOS 6 bug fixes, including some for email composing and the Search sheet on the tablet version of the app.
Arment decided to use this opportunity to also throw in another accessibility font called “FS Me.” Arment says it’s “designed with and endorsed by Mencap to aid legibility for those with learning disabilities.”
The developer asserts that “It's so good that even the fully-abled should give it a try.”
Instapaper requires iOS 5 and works with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The requirements list also includes a mentioning that “this app is optimized for iPhone 5.” In other words, it displays full screen on the new iPhone’s 4-inch display.
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