Quiet Read is my new application that lets you save any link for later.
Quiet Read is completely free, but there is a set of features that is only available after purchasing a license. These features are:
- Send links to Instapaper.
- Send links to Read It Later.
- Send links to Delicious.
- Send links to Pinboard.
- Shorten links.
- Global shortcut.
- Link list search and filter.
- Two separate listings: Inbox and Archive.
- Multiple link selection.
- Extended sorting options.
- Export to CSV.
- Export to HTML.
- Optional dock icon and proper Mac OS X window.
Sometimes, when I am browsing the web, I want to store a link for later. There are note taking applications and everything-buckets to do that, but I wanted something light and simple. Simple as dragging a link onto a menu bar item to store it.
Here is what you'll get once you launch Quiet Read:
To review your links, click the menu bar icon:
There are many things you can do with your links:
You can also use the bookmarklet to add links to Quiet Read. Drag this link: Add to QR
to your bookmarks bar, and you will be all set. Or you might want to try the Safari Extension
Quiet Read Lite is completely free. Quiet Read Pro is $9.95, and you can purchase a license at our online store
. Quiet Read needs Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6), and is available in English, Traditional Chinese, Polish, Greek, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Russian and Spanish.
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