12 Alternatives to Candy
Fᴀʀʜᴀᴅ- Product & UX, Design SprintsI've started using Highly recently and love that it lets you highlight the useful sections of a page. Doesn't provide much organisation, so you have to use the search to find what you want.
Lauren Holliday- Journalist with a marketing mindsetLOVE this tool. Just wish it worked 100% of the time. Still has some bugs to work out.
David Adamu- Maker.Liner is really great for highlighting and saving Tweets. For me, it gives that extra functionality of highlighting a _specifc_ part of a tweet.
Brian Woo- Co-Founder & COO, LINERLINER is a powerful bookmarking app with highlighting feature. LINER now supports iOS app, Chrome Extension, and Firefox Extension.
Brian Woo- Co-Founder & COO, LINERLINER now supports iOS app, Chrome Extension, and Firefox Extension. And we have a plan to build Android app, Safari Extension, and Edge Extension. So stay tuned!
Jinu Kim- LINER CEOLINER now supports iOS app, Chrome Extension, Safari Extension, and Firefox Extension. And we have a plan to build Android, Opera Extension and Edge Extension as well. Stay tuned!
Brian Woo- Co-Founder & COO, LINERI've always wanted a tool for highlighting stuff on the internet since it's my life long habit. I've used Evernote and Pocket and everything together but it just didn't work out. So I've made this web highlighter myself and it became one of the major tools for me and a lot of people's workflow. It works seamlessly with Evernote, Pocket, and all sorts of to… See more
Andrew Courter- HighlyHolding a highlighter while you're reading trains you to notice what's meaningful (and ignore what's not). And when you share highlights, people actually read them (unlike links, which nobody clicks).