LastPass remembers your passwords so you don’t have to. Internet security protects your data, but it also means more complicated passwords. Some involve numbers and characters, and different password changing schedules mean you have a list of passwords to juggle in your head. LastPass even offers a mobile option, so you’ll never have to worry about passwords again. Let LastPass generate and keep track of secure passwords, and you can spend more time working than logging into your favorite sites.
Pocket gives users the ability to tuck away the things they love, so they can browse articles, videos and other content at their leisure. When you see something that catches your eye online, save it with Pocket, and you’ll have the ability to come back to it when you have time. Save articles, blog posts, recipes or videos with Pocket. The app means you’re truly filing them away for later use — no internet connection require.
Clearly streamlines your online reading experience. A Chrome extension, Clearly saves blog posts, articles and web sites to Evernote. You can read the content anywhere, anytime, without being distracted by other elements on a page. Even multi-page articles can be read in a seamless flow, so you don’t have to worry about clicking on multiple pages while reading.
Pin It Button for Chrome is a simple browser extension that makes it easy to keep track of the things you love online. Add a “pin it” button onto your browser, and just click the Pinterest icon the next time you want to save an article, recipe or tutorial you know you’ll want to reference later. Pinterest keeps track of your bookmarks visually, so you’ll quickly remember exactly why you pinned the content saved on your Pinterest boards.
Pinterest Pin It Button makes it so much easier for your readers to pin your content. Pinterest can generate a lot of traffic, and if you’re working to leverage Pinterest traffic, readers need to be able to pin from your blog without jumping through hoops. The Pinterest Pin It Button is available in two versions — Lite and Pro. If you’re just starting to experiment with which types of posts are “pin-able,” the Lite version has a variety of features. The Pro version features especially great touches, like a Pin It Button that appears when readers hover over each image — encouraging pinning.