Online bookmarking has come so far over the past few years and many apps include this capability, although simplicity and ease of use are still what most users are looking for. If you don’t need a feature-rich app like Pocket or Instapaper to save your favorite web pages you should give Linkpack a try.
This exclusive iOS app is based on a very simple concept: save links for later reading in a clean and streamlined interface and thanks to Readability support you can read their contents and pick up where you left off or even have them read to you out loud.
What’s also interesting is you can group a bunch of links on the same topic into a linkpack and easily share it with other people. No more copy-pasting a dozen links – finally, there is a way to save and then share them all at once.
Linkpack will continuously sync your saved links and your Dropbox account, and you can manage your collections in the cloud from your PC or Mac. There’s also a Chrome extension so you can save web pages in Linkpack even if you’re browsing the web on a desktop or a laptop.
The app is free to use although you can buy Linkpack PRO via a $1.99 in-app purchase to unlock premium features such as narration, reading progress tracking, app updates, and priority support. If you’re curious as to how a linkpack actually looks like check these two out: Docker; The Apple Watch (via linkpack.io).