Readability is a service akin to Marco Arment’s Instapaper that turns cluttered web pages into a clean and comfortable reading view is now coming to Android devices “very soon,” developers confirmed on Twitter. Although Readability announced the Phone and iPad client three months ago, it has yet to appear on the App Store. In the meantime, the company has been busy developing an Android client as it works with Apple’s censors to finally approve the submissions. According to another tweet, it actually completed the Android version during the iOS review time. Readability may have been the first app to focus on clean reading experience, but it certainly is not your only choice. A number of popular programs now offer similar built-in capabilities, including the recently updated Tweetbot. In addition, a number of third-party apps, such as Reeder and Twitterific, integrate with Readability through the official API. expand full story