‘clip it for later’ is a simple and clean bookmark app for articles, especially for those who ‘chronically’ open 1000+ tabs in one…
‘clip it for later’ is a simple and clean bookmark app for articles, especially for those who ‘chronically’ open 1000+ tabs in one browser. This app is developed by one-person indi developer. I started developing this app for the final project of Programming A2Z 2015 at ITP NYU. I have been still developing this for both study and usage purpose for myself so any user feedbacks would be very welcome and much grateful for me. Currently, I have been researching on sharing data between different devices since this app uses chrome.storage.local which only stores data on the user's local machine. I decided not to use chrome.storage.sync because it does not allow the users to access storage more than over certain times per a minute, which does not fit on the purpose of this app. And also I decided not to use HTML5 Local Storage due to the insecurity of when the users delete caches of chrome browser that will delete database too. Please hit me up if you have any idea of this, I would appreciate. [email protected] Thanks, av
- (2016-08-11) Once I figured out the somewhat technical appearing interface, I found this to be a simple and useful tool for tracking, organizing, and maintaining clippings from the web.
- (2016-06-29) Meejin Hwang: It does what it says. simple and clean
- (2016-06-27) Chanwook Min: This is cool! Easy to organize my mess tabs!
- (2016-06-22) avseoul Kim: I like my app
- (2016-08-31, v:0.97) Re-arrange Folders/Containers?
Is there a way to reorder existing folders, once they've been created. I see you can't drag and drop them, but perhaps I'm missing another way? Regardless, nice app!
- (2016-07-01, v:0.70) Garret Linn: share across machines?
I have a laptop and a desktop computer. Is there a way to have them sync the links I have gathered in clip? perhaps a way to save to my google drive?