4 useful tools to help you save what you read online

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Written By Larious

Larious is the Executive Editor of LowkeyTech. He is a tech enthusiast and a content writer. 





Last Updated on August 10, 2016 by Larious


Everyone must have come across an interesting article, citation or research study that they are interested in reading but, may lose them either due to limited time surfing the web or they are too busy.

Even though they can bookmark or save it on their desktop, it is better to use saving tools that will give you easy access to these documents. Jovago.com, Africa’s No 1 Hotel booking portal rounds up 4 simple tools that can help you save what you read online.


Readability helps users create an online database in which they can save any articles they are interested in reading. According to readability, it helps readers to read comfortably anywhere, anytime. It is available on android, iPhone as well as an extension. You can also share the articles on social media using readability.


Pocket is like a web-hole where you keep virtually save any web file like articles, videos, songs, and pictures for later perusal. This extension is simple to use because it can save any file no matter the page it on which it is opened. Interestingly, you do not need any internet connection to view your saved files.


With Instapaper, you can save anything that interest you online with ease. The interesting feature of Instapaper is that you can sync your various devices like iPhone, Kindle, and android with it. This makes reading convenient. However, you need to create an account to conveniently use instapaper.


Diigo is an all in one online web saver. It can help collect, organize, tag, annotate and share your files albeit creating your own personal library.

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