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.
Link list search and filter.
Multiple link selection.
Extended sorting options.
Export to CSV.
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.
October 07, 2010
Version: Quiet Read 1.5.0
It is there on the toolbar. Drag and drop simplicity. Saved bookmarks can be sorted and filed, plus other features
I will have to run Onyx to get the icon away from being next to the Safari icons. When Safari is open, QuietRead's icon is subverted. By moving it to the right of icons from IStat or Sync it won't disappear when Safari is open.
The handiest of the bunch of apps I use. Don't have to Save as.... or gum up my Bookmarks folder.
- An option, in the app preferences, to get a proper window and a dock icon instead of the icon in the menu bar.
- New url shortening service: http://is.gd. trim.it is not supported anymore.
- Swipe gesture to navigate between the Inbox and the Archive.
- Search your links using Spotlight.
- Russian localization.