Tags seem to be auto as well as invisible. Better sort and search than pocket but from the second, not exactly more subtle. Easy note edit, open and identifiable from subtitle. Great multiple line support though no confirm on unsaved changes. Easy actioning overall from list view, Import features intact. Bulk edit mode is ONLY for changing categories. Reader has minimal margins so not as pretty as it could be and media plays as its own browser sans adblock. Choice of downloaded articles with bulk select and organizaton is a baffling three tier - tags, categories, task context. Sharing is useful but unwieldy popup below screen with choice of name before copied link or sendto other app.
If your looking for a pocket replacement(edit)wtf...I mean really...I mean I don't have the required time to teach you all that are ignorant of the fact that this is a really free and all in all fusion of pocket and evernote. I can't believe this isn't the FIRST hit when one types basket....ugh!!! It's been a while and...It's still there I and everyone I introduced this to has forgotten about that pocket app..
I liked it... Everything in the app is good, has become fast and smooth. You can even import all you links from your browsers or bocket to it
Love this! :D I have moved on from Pocket while this app was in beta stage itself! So good, so damn good! Thank you guys! :D
Where are tags? Add them but no way to search them. Also doesn't save my added tags. Therefore tags are pointless. Also super irritating that there is a link page between some bookmarks and the page itself i.e. epicurious, Food52.
No sharing. No import from SD card. Bugs. Shows my name incorrectly. About us button says "404". Typos.
- Ability to control update panel display while adding any item in Basket.
- Multi-select bug fixed.
- New intuitive way to share any item.
- Easily switch between article view and original view of any item.
- Ability to copy link of any item.
- Basket browser is improved.
- Various design improvements
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