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Pocket. I add a lot of articles that I come across on my pc, phone or tablet that I don't have time to read. I add them to pock via sharing or the chrome extension and then have pocket read the articles to me later when I am on the tram or walking around.
Or just install Pocket to your browser and mobile devices, then click the Save To Pocket button whenever this happens.
Have you ever tried using Pocket? Pocket can save article from allmost any app on your phone / tablet / computer and you can read them when you are offline on any device that supports it.
If you download the app/chrome extension "Pocket", you can save links and create custom tags to search by later. RES even puts "save to pocket" underneath comments and such.
Edit: Playstore link
But then it would be in the app in your device only and can't be accessed anywhere else. And clearing the app data or uninstalling, or even logging out would remove all of it.
And how would the UX even work? A section for the saved posts in reddit and a separate section for saved posts in your device?
Would sharing the post/comment to a read later app like pocket work for your usecase?
Seems like you're looking for Pocket. Just share any link to the app, text and images in article will be saved for offline viewing and easy reading.
Pocket is the best.
Pocket - Serviço gratuito para salvar links para ler mais tarde e sincronizar com todos os seus dispositivos, além de oferecer visualização offline.
Pocket is a must have.
I add bunch of articles then listen to them while cycling or running. It uses Android's text-to-voice engine. It also works on virtually any device, including e-readers.
Aside from the games and movies, you could use...
To gather web articles for offline reading. You can install the apps extension on Chrome or Firefox and use it to save any article to read later on your phone.
The best podcast app. Not free, but easily worth the money.
+1 for Book of pook.
I saved it with Pocket and whenever i'm on the bus or waiting for someone I read a lesson from it.
Also if you're skinny you would love it , because he dedicates a whole chapter to explaining how woman view him after he gained muscles.
I really like to use Google Pocket. I used it enough to warrant the $30 purchase for a year, to get it’s premium features. But it’s free. Here’s an article what the app is/its features.
You can use an app like Pocket to add bookmark features to any app that can share links
A lot of sites have mobile apps which means the browser bookmarks are unavailable on mobile, for that I use Pocket. Pocket also has a webapp so I can view saved stuff on my desktop later.
Oh, I see. Well, disregard that post, sorry. But, what do you use that functionality for? Like a read it later sort of thing? Because Pocket can do that. I'm unaware of any bubble ones though.
I wanted to suggest Firefox because it comes with a built-in reader, but I can't find a way to make the background truly black, just very dark grey.
Pocket has an option to use true black, though.
I have found the app Pocket: [link] which seems great. It allows sharing webpages to it and it views them in read mode and has a very good text to speech function.
For saving links to read later: Pocket. You can access your saved links on the web and there is a Chrome extension.
For reminders: You can try a real todo list, such as TickTick. Or, you could use Keep for the occasional reminder.
Not sure if this will help, but I use pocket for saving just about anything (posts/links/articles/tweets...).
They have a decent app and chrome extension for quick saving.
Text to speech. If you have to read (lots of) articles online or PDFs with embedded text and don't like reading too much... Or if you get distracted easily or if you would like to read faster. Share your article with Pocket, get some headphones and your (physical or digital) Text and start listening to it at the desired speed. I recommend keeping you eyes on the physical version of the text and a pen nearby for underlining, that way you'll get the most of it. Supports multiple languages and has quite good voices.
Up until I knew this app, I used FineReader on my laptop to OCR scans or non-embedded PDFs to produce a text file from this document (of course embedded PDFs I wouldn't convert) and then fed it to fromtexttospeech . com which would output a downloadable mp3. Then I would listen to it over VLC at a 130% speed. Much work, but more efficient than me reading (plus I have to read a lot), but this site went down recently... Pity. Now FineReader > PDF > Pocket is the way...
Yes, you can have an app icon on your home. That's how I do it, I keep them all in a news folder. You can also open the Hermit app and it'll show you your list of Hermit apps, but yeah, other than that it doesn't mash the news together. But there is a dark mode!
Another alternative, but it's less serious news and more interested-based news is Pocket, which I also use.
It's a bit of a chore, but you can save everything on Google News that you want to read to Pocket, and use their dark reader to open the articles.
I need an app that can download news articles for offline viewing. I tried Pocket earlier but it didn't work how I wanted it. With Pocket I would have to go into each article and and share them to pocket. What I need is an app that can automatically grab all articles (maybe just ones with the current date) from a website so I can basically browse the site offline on my way to work.
I use Pocket for ff.net. At work both ao3 and ff.net is blocked, and there's almost no network, so I download so that I can read a little when I have my break or just need a minute.
The best thing about it, is that there's a text to speech option, so I can listen to the story and knit/run/fall asleep.
Google keep for random notes, Pocket for articles to read, Any.do for tasks to do on a daily basis (the most clean interface i've seen so far, very easy and smooth to use it).
>queria saber qual o melhor pra salvar páginas e ler depois até em offline.
Pocket: app, site
Good question. I'd like to know this myself. I do, however, have somewhat of a solution. Use Pocket to store and read your articles at a later time (or right away if you wish). The benefit is that you avoid all annoying ads and formatting inconsistencies. Pocket also can read an article to you. I don't understand why people put up with the multitude of annoyances involved with trying to read an article on a mobile device using the mobile browser.
For me, I always read on my phone/tablet.
I always keep a collection of books or read articles I've saved on Pocket.
Check out Pocket, if you're on Android. It allows you to save articles and webpages for reading offline later. I also enjoy downloading comics and reading some of those guys.
Edit: oh, and podcasts! I always have a few downloaded to my phone for driving, showering, chores, etc...
I have it set to auto download articles when I add them, but it just never does, or rather, seems to randomly pick what to load. So I'll add a few articles or pics while on 3G/4G, and Pocket should load them.
Then I will be on a train with gprs/edge and nothing can be viewed because it didn't preload anything, and I have to watch Pocket fetch the article/pics over edge/gprs.
I continue to use it because what it does is great - if it works - and I easily share important or interesting articles over devices and just generally store "bookmarks". All I have to do is think ahead and manually open the app while I have good reception.
Handyparken is my second, I use it every other day to pay for parking, its slow and laggy, you oftentimes have to close the app completly just to change the lenght of the time you want to pay for.
Map view of where you have to pay is a mess... But I continue to use it because it is the only app that does what it does and there is no alternative. Oh, and you can't nickname or remove license plates. So unless you wan't to wipe app data regularily, if you pay for a friend here or there, you will have a messed up view with 10+ license plates, which the app sometimes after a wipe will restore from.. somewhere.
Sometimes it restores a license plate I haven't had for over five years now, sometimes not. I've come to the conclusion that it doesn't follow any patterns when setting up the app. It just might happen, or might not happen. Maybe you have a clean app on a new phone, or maybe it restores all 10+ license plates you have ever paid for.
Yeah I'm going to also 2nd Pocket. Very powerful. jockoki, might explaining how or what you use ifttt with Pocket? Also, the alarm clock I would recommend and that I use is Timely.
I'm a huge fan of Pocket myself. Seamlessly links across devices and Android/IOS.
Another vote for Pocket here.
When you're on your desktop then installing a browser add-on making it easy to add content to read later is a good idea, e.g.
Not quite as good as your idea but I just share it to Pocket and I can read it with no adverts or malware.
Just in case you haven't tried it, Pocket should do the trick.
Imagine if you typed this into Google and not comment reply.
Something like pocket ? - [link]
Pocket - app, online
Google Keep - app, online
It means that the developer is a top developer.
You can see it on the Google Play web page
Pocket app is designed just got this purpose.
I think pocket does that.
Can even text to voice and read stuff to you
Why not use something specifically designed for saving sites for later viewing, like Pocket?
What is the Pocket app? Is that the name of it?
Edit: I think I found it based on the app description: [link]
Pocket is an awesome app that allows you to sync multiple desktops, tablets, and phones.
The app I am referring to is Pocket. With ifttt (if this then that), which is a website dedicated to simple scripting, you can grab an RSS feed and have it processed some way, such as getting an email notification, sending you a notification on your mobile, etc. I personally have it to filter news feeds on topics that I am interested or to look at Craigslist posting for an item I am looking for, to then create a new entry in pocket with appropriate tags, so I can filter down to what I am looking for. The website for IFTTT is https://ifttt.com
you need this
Pocket is a phone app that lets you read articles, save videos, etc for use, later, without Wi-Fi.
You'll need specialized apps for that
For web articles
For books and pdf
i mean.... theres pocket....?
You save any article to Pocket and then you can listen to it.
Maybe something like Pocket?
Pocket can do it and integrates with Firefox browser...
Did you try Pocket ?
have a link
If you want to store a couple of articles to read later on, you might want to try the Pocket service. (Android App, Chrome App, Chrome Extension).
You can share a page or a link to Pocket and it will automatically download a copy to your device, which can be read while offline. Some eReader like Kobo supports Pocket natively, and I use that when I'm on a flight to read some news.
Pocket e/ou Instapaper, precisará de extensão no navegador
Any.DO, uma lista de afazeres muito boa
Little Alchemy e Cryptica, jogos pra matar tempo.
no mais, indico ficar de olho no Manual do Usuário, um blog muito bom que indica apps mensalmente
Pocket is what you're looking for!
Yeah.. Saved a ton of articles there and the offline part was the best thing of it.
([link]) on Android
You cannot use it in just any app. The app needs to support google text to speech.
What I do is, add the page to Pocket (read it later) and use the listen feature in it.
You need to download the Chinese voice data file and select the language from the language settings menu in android before using.
Other than Pocket there is Paperspan and Instapaper which support Google tts.
I used Pushbullet mainly exactly as Pocket, so a while ago I just switched to Pocket.
Is this just like Pocket?
My friend (hi /u/Ellitree!) recommended Pocket. As a frequent Redditor (what happened to my life?), this app is wonderful. When I find an article I want to read later, I save it to my Pocket. It formats just about any site into a user friendly text format.
Before this app, I'd save the article or link with the intention of reading it later, but never got around to it. Now, I read an article here, another there, and stay up to date.
pocket is the best