Clippt

Clippt


Clippt is android client for Kippt (https://kippt.com/)

Kippt makes it easy to save, search and read the information you find on the web.

Now with clippt you can read your saved articles on phone in offline.

Recent changes:
bugs fixes,
implemented new features such as reader (offline reading)
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Free
66
3.3
User ratings
26
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
546 kb
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About Clippt
Clippt is android client for Kippt (https://kippt.com/)

Kippt makes it easy to save, search and read the information you find on the web.

Now with clippt you can read your saved articles on phone in offline.

Recent changes:
bugs fixes,
implemented new features such as reader (offline reading)
User reviews of Clippt
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 26, 2014
No login support for Twitter or Facebook accounts Need support for Klippt accounts created using Twitter or Facebook. Unusable for me otherwise.
A Google User
Jun 13, 2013
Can't log in Needs to support Twitter and Facebook logins. Otherwise it's a little useless.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2013
Getting There It's great to have my Kippt bookmarks on my phone, but the app has room for improvement. Thanks for bringing it to Android. Search, gestures, and a way to add to a specific list would be great, though, I'm not really sure what the API allows. It also seems to give up on the feed sometimes, but that might be due to either the amount of stuff, or the length of time since the last activity. Keep updating it and it will be really great.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2013
Getting There It's great to have my Kippt bookmarks on my phone, but the app has room for improvement. Thanks for bringing it to Android. Search, gestures, and a way to add to a specific list would be great, though, I'm not really sure what the API allows. It also seems to give up on the feed sometimes, but that might be due to either the amount of stuff, or the length of time since the last activity. Keep updating it and it will be really great.
A Google User
Jan 29, 2013
Can't log in Needs to support Twitter and Facebook logins. Otherwise it's a little useless.