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Stash.ai

Cross-device bookmarking powered by artificial intelligence

Raindrop.io 4.0

All in one bookmark manager become even better

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Chevy- Audiovisual and Multimedia Communicator
Hands down the best bookmark manager around. It is available on every single platform, including web browser extensions. It's also visually attractive, with a lot of tools and it's free! You can choose to pay for additional tools though.
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Naveen DA- Co-Founder of Sproworks
Great Product, usable UI
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Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Been using Raindrop for years after Delicious was spoilt. And still it never let me down, I always recommend it to edit, organise and manage bookmarks.
AddictiveTips
It's very difficult to imagine a world without bookmarks. Besides the built-in bookmark option in you web browser, there is a whole variety of services, such as Delicious, Pocket and Keeeb, that let you bookmark images, videos and other awesome things you find online.
Cult of Mac
Raindrop.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.com
Raindrop.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.
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Pocket for Web

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

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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.
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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
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Emily Kellert- tech lover & travel freak & tractive PM
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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Instapaper 7

Redesigned and optimized for iOS 9

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Joe Pour- Head of Product at ClickView
I have used Instapaper for many years now and it is one of my favourite products! The best thing about Instaper is it's ubiquity; you can save to a folder from literally anywhere! It also removes all the noise (adverts, promo links etc) and lets you read the article in a clean and simple format.
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landen- Student at Lighthosue Labs, Toronto
Instapaper is my preferred alternative to Pocket for reading lists. It's completely free, and there's all these really cool hidden features, like a speed reading mode, and IFTTT integration so I can sync my highlighted text to an Evernote document. It has less features than Pocket, but still does everything I could ever want.
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Peter Kringdon- Content Strategist / Designer
I like to use Instapaper for all my reading. You can send newsletters to Instapaper via email or even set up a filter to do it for you. Find your custom read later email address here: https://www.instapaper.com/save/...
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Linkpack

Save, read and share your links

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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