iOS: Readtime is an app that scans the articles you have saved in Readability, analyses their length, and offers you stories based on how much time you have available to read them.
If you listen to or watch a lot of media online, it’s hard to keep track of them all. Minilogs is a simple but incredibly useful bookmarking service that turns all your favourite media into playlists.
Google’s marching into the future, but sometimes you’re stuck in the recent past with a slow connection or a device chugging along at not-so-modern speed. Luckily, Google still offers its older image search, mobile translator,and text-only cache options — you just have to know where to look.
Readability, one of our favourite bookmark and read-later apps, just updated with a big speed boost, some tweaks to the UI and new tools to discover interesting articles.
Most of us have a set daily routine, and that often involves visiting the same sites once a day — like your favourite newspaper, your email, and Facebook. Here are two extensions that will open all of your daily links with the click of one button.
Chrome: Even when you organise your bookmarks neatly into folders and subfolders, if you’ve got a ton of bookmarks, they can be hard to access quickly — and easy to forget about. Stashmarks solves this problem by indexing your bookmarks and making them searchable.
Chrome: We’ve mentioned lots of ways to keep your bookmarks in sync across browsers and across computers, but if your bookmarks are older than your choice of browser, it might be time to clean them up, get rid of any duplicates you may have, and get rid of any old, dead links that you may have lurking in an old bookmarks folder from way back. Bookmark Sentry for Chrome does just that.
Chances are you stumble upon a lot of articles during the day that look interesting, but you don’t have time to read them right then and there. Lots of services have cropped up to solve this problem, and today we’re looking at the most popular three and pitting them against one another: Read It Later, Instapaper and Readability. Here’s how they stack up.