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Share bookmark lists and save webpages offline, with Blinklist

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Remove clutter from web pages and make them easy to read with Clearly for...

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Take archival snapshots in time of any web page, with Peeep.us

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Dragdis is a web-clipping tool of sorts that can save browser items (clips, bookmarks, images, and videos) and organize them in virtual folders. It is...

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