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Linkpack

Save, read and share your links

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With Linkpack you can save your links for later, read them and even have them narrated automatically! You links are always synced between the app and your Dropbox account, meaning that you can use your Mac or PC to organize them as files and folders.

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Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Refind, because I can follow what and who I like to read, and it also has a community aspect. Feedly used to be my never loved feed reader. I find myself using Refind quite regularly. They have a great feature for "Read soon" and "Read someday," which are beautifully designed. I also signed up for the Writers badge. Refind isn't your typical feed read… See more
Ben Tossell- newCo
Refind also has a plethora of high quality links so worth a look - it's invite only still (i believe).
Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Refind is great to organise your bookmarks by tags. And also great to discover great new content. Though it still only allows to sign up if you are recommended by an already user. I can send free invitations for anyone who wants to register, just send me a tweet @yakinbozek and I will invite you back.
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Stash.ai

Cross-device bookmarking powered by artificial intelligence

Jordan Schau- Founder, Pure Cycles
I really dig the content tagging automatically.
Scott Williams- President, Emisare, Inc.
Stash is really solid for simple and elegant sharing of links and collection of links.
Gary Ng- Code.
Using this.
Co.Design
The internet bookmark aspires to be the digital equivalent of the sticky note you paste on an important page in a college textbook. But that's where the metaphor falls apart. If the internet is a college textbook, it's an infinitely dense one, where every chapter covers a different subject, and someone has stuck a sticky note on every page.
TechCrunch
There are a number of ways to save links from the web for later access, whether that's marking articles to read later via apps like Instapaper or Pocket, pinning shopping inspiration to Pinterest, creating playlists on YouTube or even just using a browser's bookmarking feature.
Field Guide
Artificial intelligence is being used to power everything from messaging apps to Bluetooth speakers, so why not apply similar smarts to your web bookmarking service? That's the idea behind Stash, available for your phone and your browser, and here's how it works.
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Tettra is a company wiki for organizing & sharing knowledge with your Slack team

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Tettra is awesome at creating go-to resources inside Slack for the whole team. Everyone is already in Slack, so why not bring the team Wiki there too?!
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
If you use Slack, check out Tettra. You can get everything right from Slack, instead of digging through a separate intranet.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Check out Tettra. You can organize everything in Slack and have it available for your team without leaving chat.
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Pocket for Web

Save things for later with Pocket, refreshed with a new look

Moak Designs- Internet Marketing Specialist
I love using this because it will save the permanent copy of the content even if the page no longer exists, they allow you to update the content within the pocket if you wanted updated version.
Pravil
I love Pocket and use the Chrome extension on a daily basis. But beware, you may end up adding a lot (yes a loooot..) of articles which you can't read in one life term ;) . Be disciplined, add what you really want to read later and archive frequently to have a stress free reading experience
Emily Kellert- tech lover & travel freak
I can never read everything I see posted and with Pocket I can easily save with tags so I can find them at a later time.
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Pocket

save video, images, text and other content, all in one place

Sam Elliott- Building @empowerapp
Pocket for sure!
Dev Patel- Bluebell
Pocket is the best of its kind, period. Simple Minimal universal which "just works".
hellonadya
Pocket, for sure. Mostly using it to save articles for later reading
3 Alternatives to Pocket

Tagpacker

Easily collect, organize, and share links you love

Susanne Anders- musicologist
I love their approach of organizing bookmarks via tags. When you reach a certain amount of bookmarks you can sort your tags into "packs" – so you can create custom collections/lists. You can also share your links. Import works via HTML, no export function by now, though...
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