Highlighting API made by LINER

Medium-style highlighting API for your website

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LINER In-Site.js makes your website ‘highlight-able’.

Visitors will be able to highlight on your website and share highlighted link with others.

Start making your website ‘highlight-able’!

*LINER Team would like to hear from you what features should be added or what kinds of analytics the owner of the website would want.

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Jinu Kim
Jinu KimMaker@jinukim21 · LINER CEO
Hey Hunters! This is Jinu, the CEO of LINER. Finally, LINER In-Site.js is here! LINER In-Site.js makes your website ‘highlight-able’. Visitors will be able to highlight on your website and share highlighted link with others. Please let me know if you have any questions ✌️ I'll personally reply to all your questions! Happy Highlighting~
Brian Woo
Brian WooMaker@wcm0505 · Co-Founder & Data Hacker, LINER
Hi Hunters! We initially started LINER as a simply iOS App, now we have a Chrome, Safari, Opera, Whale and Firefox Extension. And look forward to LINER for Android! The Android app will come out in about 3-5 months. If you guys have any other questions, please feel free to let me know. Happy Highlighting~
Dashell Laryea
Dashell Laryea@dashlaryea · Designer
Pro: one of the easiest way to highlight content on the web. It just works. Con: a user has little to no control of the data-set they are building and cannot download or port their highlights/articles.
Tregg
Tregg@treggify · Product Designer at JP Morgan Chase
I am absolutely in love with this. Installed on my personal site. https://tre.gg/ I do wish that your highlight showed up in the tweet link, though.
Mihec Podlesek🚀@mihec · CS thesis student, Maker
Super useful!