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Help Suggestion Web clipping

Discussion in 'Mobile Phone Questions' started by jeceph11, May 20, 2016.

  1. Need a suggestion for the best web clipping

    Need a suggestion for the best web clipping
  2. Try this applications.
    1. Clipmarks

    Clipmarks allows you to clip just the things you want instead of saving the entire thing as a complete file. You can select sections of a webpage, pictures, text, and even videos and save them with their original links.
    2. iUp Clipper

    iUp Clipper is an app where you can capture and save any webpage for offline reading which is available for iPhone and iPad.

    This app also supports tagging to help you organize those articles that you save. You can also share your article to your friends and family via social media like Facebook, Twitter, E-mail and Message.

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    Scrapbook is a Firefox add-on that lets you save snippets from webpages or a webpage or an entire website and manage all that in collections. Scrapbook operates as a browser sidebar with the collections arranged in a tree view (or a list view).

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    As a free Office and productivity suite, the set of applications from Zoho doesn’t lag behind. Zoho Notebook deserves a look as a great way to collect snippets of information as you browse the web. What makes Zoho Notebook is that it comes with browser extensions for Firefox and Chrome.

    You can log into Zoho Notebook using your Google account. The browser plugins are one touch tools to collect information as you browse from one webpage to the other. The plugin installs on the right side of the status bar. On any webpage, select the text and right click. From the context menu, choose Add to Zoho Notebook. You can also drag and drop images into the notebook window that’s opened on the right corner of the browser window.
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    Marro is another web clipping/social bookmarking web application that follows the Firefox and IE browser extension route. But in contrast to Clipmarks, Marro also provides bookmarklets for other browsers like Opera, Chrome and Safari.
    The Marro add-on for Firefox isn’t updated to the latest version of Firefox but you can make do with the bookmarklet. IE8’s accelerator from Marro works fine. The process is simple – select the section of the webpage (images and other media included), click on the Marro web clipping tool and you get a box as shown in the screenshot above. Add a tag and a URL alias which will be the pointer for the web clip.
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