Hojoki supports personal productivity tools like Dropbox, Google Apps and Google Drive, CloudApp and Evernote, but it also supports developer tools like Github, Basecamp and Beanstalk. That’s just the beginning: whether you work alone or on a team, Hojoki can aggregate changes to your code, your documents and updates from others into one place so you don’t have to keep a dozen tabs open to get right to a file you need to edit.
Hojoki launched in open beta last year but only recently unveiled Android and iOS apps that let you take your feed on the go. Hojoki is free to use while the beta is open, and the mobile apps are free to download. There will be paid premium plans when the beta is over, but Hojoki has committed to always having a free plan. How do you wrangle your many web apps and services? Do you have a tool to manage them or do you just keep tabs open? Let us know in the comments.