Save links to read later with Droid Save
For those of you with readitlaterlist.com accounts this will be a treat for your Android device. XDA member Vasanth has developed a simple yet very useful app called “Droid Save”. It allows users to simply save a link to their read it later list. This can be used for saving news stories, websites, blogs, or whatever you can think of.
It also allows you to share the links you saved using such networks as Twitter. Go give it a try!
It is available for download on the Android Marketplace by searching for “Droid Save” by Vasanth Dharmaraj. Here is the AppBrain link along with the discussion thread link.
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