Alternative products to The Reader Extension

The Reader Extension

A Chrome extension that makes you read what you save

Have ever bookmarked or saved an item to read later only to be forgotten the next day?

When you bookmark an item on Reader, the items you save will appear when you open a new tab.

Never forget what you save. Because Reader is going to make you read what you save.

12 alternative and related products to The Reader Extension

Firefox Advance

Experimental recommendation engine built into Firefox

Firefox is launching a new experimental browser extension called Advance, which recommends new websites and articles based on what you’re currently reading and your recent browsing history.

Engadget
You can flag and block articles you don't want, so you'll ideally refine your results over time to get only the content you'd actually care to see. And Mozilla, the privacy advocate that it is, knows that the recommendation system may make some people uncomfortable.
The Verge
Firefox is launching a new experimental browser extension called Advance, which recommends new websites and articles based on what you're currently reading and your recent browsing history. There are two parts to Advance: a "Read Next" section, which recommends related articles based on your current tab, and a broader "For You" section, which uses your recen… See more
10 Alternatives to Firefox Advance

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
4 Alternatives to Pocket

@LaterBot

A "save for later"-service baked directly into twitter

@LaterBot is a "save for later"-service baked directly into twitter

Medium
Well not exactly. It does one really important thing: It's there for me. It's there for me when I find something interesting on Twitter and want to save it for later. Of course, there are a few solutions to solve this problem (like Pocket and many other services), but I wanted something simpler.
13 Alternatives to @LaterBot

Qikipedia

Instant Wikipedia summary cards on any web page

Qikipedia is a free and open source browser extension for Chrome. It allows you to highlight text from any website, and shows you a summary of the corresponding Wikipedia article, if one exists.

Features:

- Get instant Wikipedia summaries from any website

- Highlight up to 7 words

- Dark theme available

- Multiple languages supported

6 Alternatives to Qikipedia
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