What is the best app for making an internet-research?

I wonder, is there any special tool for internet-research, which allows to collect data from different sources, and then visualize and organize it somehow? Maybe some mixture of evernote and google sheets? Or maybe something completely different :)
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    Take better notes, your way

    Brittany Payne
    Brittany PayneSenior Software Developer · Written
    I've started using this app called NoteLedge back in high-school, and still use it today. It's actually pretty useful when it comes to clipping items (videos, images) from the web, customizing my notes however I want, and it's easy to stay organized as well. You can also work with PDFs - highlighting and annotation both. Tracing reference sources is also quite convinient when you're working with lots of different sources/texts and want to keep everything in one place.
    Natalie Willis
    Natalie WillisBusiness Developer– Healthcare · Written
    I love how this app looks and feels. I thought I'd use it just for notes, but now I'm using it for quite a few things actually.
    Recommending this app to a lot of people. The ease of use and cool tools make it a great addition to anyone's smart device, and I think using this app is a great idea for doing internet research because it's easy to keep things organized.
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    Your personal research assistant

    For $30 you can pay a team of researchers to find anything you want. Might not be what you're looking for, but it's quite badass : )
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    Your simple day-to-day research tool for Twitter

    Vindya Gunawardana
    Vindya GunawardanaCo-Founder @MuchCast · Written
    Vindya Gunawardana made this product
    Would you like to capture your research data on Twitter, a rich data source for the people who are conducting any kind of social research? Muchcast will assist you to gather most relevant, accurate, real-time data for your daily research content easily, without wasting your time and effort scrolling through scattered social data load. Even MuchCast provides sentiment analysis and emotion analysis for your research content. And most importantly you can export all the data you captured to .csv or .pdf formats. Then you can analyze them and come to decisions and conclusions more easily. We launched recently. It's free. Use it and feel free to give us your valuable feedback!
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    Growth Bot

    Coaches startups on growing their business through feedback

    Ben Novak
    Ben NovakFounded 3 startups, sold 1. · Written
    Ben Novak made this product
    If you have your own users / website visitors you can research them with Gotcha
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    Perhaps not quite the answer to your question, but mind maps might be something worth looking into for organizing your research. MindNode lets you add extensive notes and links to your maps.
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    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Abhilash Jain
    Abhilash JainCustomer Success / Growth · Written
    For just about anything under the sun. Very informative/accurate and super flexible.
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    allows users to quickly annotate web-pages.

    It allows to collect pages and quotes using Chrome extension and mobile phone app. And after it, you can organise them with game-changing outliner tool, that allows to compile all your disembodied stuff into a properly structured document