The act of annotation is only the beginning. Leverage your highlights to enhance your reading experience.

- How It Works -

1. Highlight Text: Literal supports annotations made within web browsers, PDF readers, and more.
2. Import the Highlight: Share the highlight with Literal to import it. Use the selection toolbar to share the highlighted text directly, or share a screenshot of the highlight.
3. Annotate the Highlight: Add context and thoughts by adding tags and notes.
4. Build Bridges, Not Silos: Browse annotations grouped by tags and reflect as ideas evolve in response to new annotations and new relationships between them.

- Features -

We're just getting started, and there is so much work to do. Get started now, and keep in mind that we're always improving.

Features available now:
- Create highlight from screenshot
- Create highlight from text
- Annotation tagging
- First-class W3C Web Annotation support
- Browse by tag

Features coming soon:
- Annotation source viewer
- Graph viewer
- Browser extension
- Annotation sharing and discovery

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Contact us to report an issue, ask a question, or just say hello:
Literal is open source:
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What's New

Improvements to application instrumentation and fixes for creating annotations from source.

View the full changelog here:
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Additional Information

April 14, 2021
Current Version
Requires Android
7.0 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
Javamonn, LLC
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