Quite often, moving from one web page to another, we come to the text, photographs, video, that can be useful in the future, or view that there is no time now. Someone pulls a link on your desktop or already organized a special stack for the chosen in the "dock", someone habitually add a web-page in Evernote. There is another option - Quiet Read, an easy way to link to postpone for the future.
The main working element of Quiet Read presents an icon in the menu bar. Adding links is done by simply dragging and dropping from your browser window. This approach unsettle fans of "hot keys" and they're right, this program is not for them.
Link once inside Quiet Read has its place in the list, and adds itself to the number of links displayed on the icon in the menu bar. This indication is executed by developers with an ulterior motive. Digit number of links have not yet been read by you, will not let will spam and let things slide deferred materials. Once you exceed the mark of 9 "records", numbers replaced by a plus sign, signaling your optionality.
The list itself is a pop-up menu, move on which is carried out using the arrow keys. Editing (⌥ + click), delete (⌘ + ⌫) and opening links (⌘ + ⏎) implemented using keyboard shortcuts. Small downside is that the menu does not change its size depending on the amount of content as it happens in the stacks.
Quiet Read is free from the aforesaid functionality, and the Pro version which has several additional features. In the Pro version, the following actions on the link will transmit a Instapaper(⇧⌘I), transfer to Read it Later (⇧⌘R), the rapid creation of short links (⇧⌘U). Working with an online bookmark storage service takes place in a fully automatic mode, the settings for this in the provided fields for account data. In addition, the Pro version is complemented by the ability to search through the list and opening multiple links from the list at the same time. The cost of the full version of the program is $ 9.95.
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