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Darryl Wright@punk_cakes · Founder, CEO, Punk Science Studios
No idea why they wouldn't just roll this into Keep and this reach parity with Evernote's offering.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Interesting to see this right after the launch of the Save to Facebook button (details in @caseynewton's article on The Verge). @Eyal_Weiss also turned the Save to Facebook functionality into a Chrome Extension.
Jiten@jiagarwa · Co-Founder @tripwise
@rrhoover @caseynewton @eyal_weiss . it should have a feature to import existing bookmark or sync the save across browsers.
Tom Bielecki@tombielecki · Cofounder, PrintToPeer
I still don't have confidence that a Google side tool like this won't be shut down in the future, so why would I store my important data with it? They've got a tendency to put out neat extensions etc and never update them then shut them down.
Guy Malachi@guy · Product/UX focused serial entrepreneur
What is this? I tried going to http://google.com/save and got an error page.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
@guy works for me.
Guy Malachi@guy · Product/UX focused serial entrepreneur
@bentossell That's odd, I get this:
Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
@guy that is weird!
kobyof@kobyof · Entrepreneur
@bentossell @guy same for me. Maybe it's geo-restricted for now.
Palak Zatakia@palakzatakia · 22. Building something cool.
@guy Same here. Maybe because of country restrictions. Google save isn't accessible from India.
Muni Perez@munipandita · Founder VagasEmbarcado.com
This is nice but still doesn't beat Pocket. They should have released an app as well since most users are now on mobile. Releasing a web version as an "MVP" is ok for a startup, but Google should go full throttle on it. One of the main reasons we save a link is for reading later, and we usually have free time when on a mobile device - commuting, traveling, etc, so it makes no sense to have a web-only service. I think it is likely they will be releasing an app in the future, but it should have started as an app