In a world full of links, better to be organized
The Internet is a world that lives, breathes and consumes links. It is the minimum unit, the best method to share and access any content. It is the basis of what it does Internet Such an exciting site and it’s the best way to make it work. However, so many links mean that we cannot consume all the content that we find when we come across it, and that is how tools like Pocket or Vookmark come into play.
The content saving services are used to access them later. In their favor they play that they offer more or less complete tools to use offline. Against that “Read later” sometimes it becomes a “never read.” We all accumulate many links in these applications that we never see again. In turn, and despite the fact that Pocket does have a certain social network component, these experiences are quite lonely. Refind seeks to solve both problems.
Refind, a more social and effective Pocket for you to read
Refind is a free application that despite being born in 2015, is still in a kind of embryonic state. To access it you need a invitation, although you can order one from their website, which we link at the end of this article. The idea with Refind is that you can find the content you saved again through your toolbar search (hence the name of Find Again). In turn, prioritize your profile, in such a way that you can share your own image centered on your tastes. This is important because Refind offers reading recommendations based on what you read, and every day it tries to show you up to 50 featured articles.
It also has connection with Pocket and if you save something and don’t read it for two weeks, move it to a “Read someday” that allows to automatically organize all the content. Thanks to these functions, Refind stands out in a sector in which all the tools are very similar, becoming a very worthy competitor against alternatives already established in the market.