A pretty good app for saving and reading articles. You can download them for offline reading. It lets you take notes and highlights too. Also, you can group your articles into folders. That said, you are unable to rename titles.
The implementation for highlights is half done. When users share articles the highlights should be shared. Notes are not done in a useful way. Users should be able to add notes anywhere in the article. Users should be able to share the Paperspan version of an article with the highlights included. The original URL should be included. Users should have the option to include notes. Users should be able to tag articles instead of putting them in folders.
Some examples: 1) re-highlight should remove highlights 2) pages saved on PC do not appear on reading list in PC browser even after repeated refreshing, but they show up on mobile fine. 3) chrome extension is almost useless, nowhere near Pocket 4) inconvenient placement of highlight & notes in dropdown list 5) folder names don't support Chinese apparently 6) would love to see kindle & dictionary integration
Like this a lot. What would be helpful to me is if Notes could support live links (Urls, phone #'s, emails etc).
I use the tts function to listen to articles from the Internet while I work. It's a big time saver and works better than pocket.
It's a good app, but kinda buggy. I was using whit the system language as portuguese, and I couldn't highlight any texts at all, but when I changed to English, then it was OK... Almost uninstalled, if it wasn't for that...
UI improvements & important bug fixes
Note: The permission 'find accounts' required for 'Sign in with Google' option.
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