Mac OS X: Quiet Read is a nifty little menubar app that stores links for you to access later. It works via drag and drop and can automatically posts to Instapaper or Read It Later.
There are too many links and too little time to go through them all — at least not every day. When you need to store some links for later there are tons and tons of bookmarking tools, but just one is generally not enough. Quiet Read excels at managing your links because it’s both simple and flexible.
To add a link to Quiet Read, you just drag it to its menubar icon. Alternatively you can open it up and paste the URL right in. Quiet Read will fetch the page title and favicon by itself to make your list easy to read/view. This is the simple functionality of Quiet Read.
Quiet Read Pro ads a few nice features like posting to Instapaper, Read It Later and other services. You can post manually or automatically. It also offers URL shortening directly within the app and lets you search through your database of links. The standard offering is plenty for shoving your links somewhere else when you don’t want to deal with them, but you have the option to pay for more features if your link management requires some serious work.
Quiet Read is available for Mac OS X right now and is completely free. Quiet Read Pro, which adds extra features like search and auto-posting, will cost you $US10.
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