Read-it-later apps help millions of users save the amazing content they discover every day. We spoke to hundreds of users and learned many are experiencing two key problems:
An unwieldy mountain of content
Being able to save any content with a few taps or clicks often leads to endless reading lists. We believe saving something for later is a signal that something could be worth spending time on, not a todo.
Many lists in many places
A reading list, the queue in our pod catcher, watch-it-later on Youtube, bookmarked threads on Twitter, newsletters in your email app. Why doesn't all the content we want to get to live in a single place?
Our team is obsessed with solving these problems, so we can all have the content power-tool we deserve.
You can save content from practically any device or app. Forward newsletters or reply to tweets to save them to your library.
Articles & blog posts
Tweets & threads
Our parsing technology extracts the content (including audio and video) for you, so you can focus without getting distracted by ads or bad formatting.
Every morning, we feature five pieces of content from your library that you haven't finished yet.
Swipe left, swipe right. A great way to keep clutter out of your library.
Ready to unwind? Going for a walk? Get to your long reads or podcasts with a tap.
Get to your most recent saves or resume a previous session from the home screen.
Get updates from your favorite creators and experts when they create or share content online.
Connect your Twitter account and see the most shared content on your timeline.
Save from your favorite desktop browser, we have extensions for all the mayor ones.
Lists are a great way to organize content you're collecting on particular topics. Set an icon, cover photo and description to make it your own.
Make notes while you listen to podcasts or watch Youtube videos. We'll also record the timestamp, so you can get back to that part of the content later.