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Cult of MacRaindrop.io is a new bookmarking service for Mac and iOS, and the web, and Android. It lets you save your bookmarks into folders, known as Groups, and those bookmarks are then available from anywhere. The main selling point of Raindrop.io seems to be the slick interface, and the myriad beautiful ways you can arrange the bookmarks therein.
NDTV Gadgets360.comRaindrop.io is a beautiful, powerful - but also slightly confusing - bookmark manager. Most of us probably use the built-in bookmarks mangers on our browsers, but they are fairly limiting. For starters, even if you sync them across devices, your bookmarks are not accessible outside the browser.
MacstoriesEvery year in late October, I start putting together a rough list of candidates for my annual 'Must-Have Apps' story, which I've historically published in late December, right before the holiday break.
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EngadgetYou'll have a better time when you do want to look. The redesign includes a less cluttered article view, night-friendly app themes (including dark and sepia) as well as new fonts and text layouts to promote extended reading sessions.
Fast CompanyThe internet today is so cluttered with stories, it's hard to find-and keep track of-the really good stuff. That's where the bookmarking platform Pocket comes in, giving you an easy way to curate articles you want to save or read later, and then providing recommendations based on what people are engaging with most deeply.
GetpocketSince we launched Pocket in 2007, millions of you have made Pocket your place to hold onto the best of the web and come back to it when you're ready. We've also learned that Pocket's your place to really dive in and absorb things-a welcomed part of your day where you can take in ideas, inspiration, or knowledge in a place that's free from the distractions of… See more
The VergePocket, which lets you save articles and videos to your devices to view later, is rolling out a redesign today with a new emphasis on listening to the items you save. The listen feature, which is powered by a new integration with Amazon's Polly text-to-speech service, is intended to turn your article queue into "a personal podcast that you curate on your own… See more
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