Instapaper Pro has been updated to version 2.2. Its creator, Marco Arment, wrote about some of the process behind adding a new feature called "Return to Position." If you enjoy hearing developers sweat the details, it's a great read. There's also a full changelog for those who want more details on the new version.
I've been using Instapaper Pro a lot more recently after making a few changes to my workflow on my iPhone and Mac. I set up the "Read Later" bookmarklet installed properly from the Instapaper website. (An even easier method is to use Quix which I mentioned the other day.) I also started following the "companion site" Marco started especially for Instapaper called "Give Me Something To Read" which is a selection of interesting articles hand-picked by Richard Dunlop-Walters.
The last step was setting up Tweetie 2 on the iPhone to send web pages I wanted to read later to Instapaper. This is pretty simple given Tweetie 2's built-in Instapaper integration. Just tap the "forward arrow" button at the bottom-right corner when reading a web page from Tweetie 2's integrated browser and then choose "Read Later." The first time you do that, it will ask for your Instapaper login/password. After that pages will be sent directly to Instapaper for your later reading.
As I have been getting more interested in putting Instapaper to fuller use, I stumbled on Marco's instructions on how to use Instapaper's formatting tool (or "mobilizer") for all web pages which are opened in Tweetie 2. Despite the fact that these are published on Instapaper's website, few people seem to know about it.
Read on to see how to to configure Tweetie 2 to take full advantage of Instapaper's formatting tool.