You can add articles to Chrome’s Read Later by tapping the Share button and then selecting the ‘Read Later’ option.
All articles in Read Later are stored offline on the device so that they can be read even when you don’t have an active internet connection. You can access the articles stored in Read Later by tapping the 3-dot overflow menu button. Articles are also categorised into “Unread” and “Pages you’ve read section.”
Do remember that Chrome on PC still does not support Read Later functionality so you’ll not be able to access your saved articles from anywhere else except your iOS or Android device.
In addition to releasing Chrome 57 for iOS, Google also released version 57 of the browser for desktop. The latest version of the browser will sip less power than before by throttling power usage of background tabs. Google says that background tabs account for one-third of energy usage on computers so the latest version should help reduce the power consumption by a fair margin.
Download: Chrome for iOS[Via Chromium blog]