Top 5 bookmarking apps for your Android smartphone

 
 
You probably often come across interesting articles on social media or in search results that you don’t have time to read right away. But later, when you want to come back to it, you can’t find the same content.
 
HTC recommends the following Android apps to help you with bookmarking articles to read later – great for building up some material for a doctor’s waiting room, a flight, or bedtime reading.
 

  1. Pocket

Save articles, videos and other web content for later in a beautiful and optimised experience for your phone and tablet — even offline. Pocket is your perfect mobile companion for waiting rooms, travel, or curling up on your couch.Click here to download
 

  1. Diigo

Bookmark pages from the browser to your Diigo.com account using this light, simple app. With Diigo, you organise text notes, pictures and bookmarks into lists and add these to your library. Click here to download
 

  1. Bookmark

More than just a bookmark application, this app is very simple to use and allows you to create folders to organise bookmarks and import bookmarks from the browser in one touch. It also provides rankings for websites around the globe in various categories. Click here to download
 

  1. Instapaper

Instapaper is the simplest way to save and store articles for reading: offline, on-the go, anytime, anywhere, perfectly formatted. Instapaper for Android provides a mobile and tablet-optimised text view that makes reading Internet content a clean and uncluttered experience. Click here to download
 

  1. PaperSpan

PaperSpan lets you live on-the-go and save valuable web content to read, listen and share later, even offline. PaperSpan removes all the limitations of web browsing while maintaining its benefits. Don’t worry about distractions, busy schedules, or poor reception while you’re surfing the web. Simply save web pages for later viewing. Click here to download
 
 

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