Stash.ai

Cross-device bookmarking powered by artificial intelligence

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From the maker

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Rahul Shah
@rahul_shah · Co-Founder, CEO at Stash.ai
Hello Product Hunt, and thanks to @robjama for hunting us!

We built Stash with the idea that there’s a lot of content on the web that we want to save, but current save-for-later services focus mainly on articles. There are also the songs we find on Soundcloud, the places we want to eat at on Yelp, the books we want to read on Goodreads - just to name a few.

We wanted to build one place to store all of that information, while effortlessly keeping it organized. Using Stash, users are able to save links from anywhere - whether it’s from a browser, while using other apps, or through a built-in search + add mechanism.

In the process, we also wanted to to solve a lot of long-overdue problems with current bookmarking solutions. These include:
- Having tools like reminders and digests to help us actually go to back to the content that we save
- The ability to quickly push a link from one device to another (between Desktop, iOS and, yes, Android)
- The ability to quickly share content with anyone without having to draft a new email

We’d love to hear what you think!

Discussion

Giuliano Di Pace
@ootl · UX Designer
RIP Pocket.
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Rahul Shah
@rahul_shah · Co-Founder, CEO at Stash.ai
Hello Product Hunt, and thanks to @robjama for hunting us We built Stash with the idea that there’s a lot of content on the web that we want to save, but current save-for-later services focus mainly on articles. There are also the songs we find on Soundcloud, the places we want to eat at on Yelp, the books we want to read on Goodreads - just to name a few.... Show More
Frank Nanninga
@franknanninga
This is fantastic! You've thought of everything! Love it. It would be cool if "Song" became a playlist in the app, "Article" a read mode (with dark/light theme's), "Images" a collection of all the images, "Movie" a collection of posters etc. etc.
Jeffrey Ellington
@jeffrey_ellington · Partner, Dorm Room Fund
I like the contextual tagging. With Pocket I always forget what my own tag labels are, making it hard to find content later
Alex Barnes
@alexbarneshere · Strategy & BD, Knotel
I have been looking for something just like this FOREVER. Pocket for everything. Mobile extensions and auto tags FTW!
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