Now that beats the very purpose of having the reading list.Here's what you need to do to troubleshoot this problem: If you want cross-device access, don't rely on Reading List. Even though Reading List syncs across devices and is i Cloud compatible (make sure Settings → i Cloud → Safari is turned on all connected devices), issues with offline mode continue to evade troubleshooting.Let's take a look at how you can do this along with troubleshooting reading list problems.
Thanks to ever changing security needs, and frequent unannounced updates by many security product vendors, a filter which worked yesterday may not work today.
People unaware of the intrusive nature of security updates won't think to check the update log for any security product.
From my observation of forum problem reports, I suspect that there are at least 3 different problems, which cause this intermittent Reading List scenario.
It's likely that each problem is caused in part by the people, who depend upon the Reading List to follow blogs published by them, and by other people.
" involve three long known problems - each problem caused, in part, by the Blogger account owners who use the Reading List.
The cookie / script filtering issue is similar to another long standing problem - Blogger Comments, particularly using the Embedded comment form.
Luckily, following these blogs is almost as simple as using a Follow button.
In Safari i OS 7 (and on Mac), reading lists are accessible even when you are offline.
One of the reasons why this problem has not been solved is that it is not reported in consistently high volume, and has no obvious pattern.
Another is that many people who use the Reading List - as opposed to a third party News Feed Reader - are not of the highest in technological skill level, and do not have the patience to provide coherent and relevant details about the problem.
It is usually recommended that you keep the Safari tab open for sometime.