Do you often see articles on the Web that you'd like to read later, but you never do because you can't remember where you found them? Pocket is a simple app that allows you to save and tag things from your browser. Once you install the browser extension, you'll see a little button next to the address bar that looks like this:
Clicking the Pocket icon will save a link to that article and offer you the option to add a tag that serves as a sort of searchable file folder.
You can access those saved links from the standalone app or through the web interface. I use Pocket quite a bit, especially when I'm planning a vacation or working on a home improvement project. For kicks, I just scrolled through my tag list and I see some wacko stuff in there. Apparently, at some point, I was thinking about going to Zanzibar? Alrighty then! I have the app on my phone and the browser extension on my laptops. So, anytime I want to save something, I can do so from any of my devices.
Pocket can get out of control like anything else, so I try to go in and clean up my tags from time to time. I use the free version, but there's a premium version that offers more features. Overall, it does what I need it to do and it's extremely helpful for those who consume a lot of information online.
Get Pocket here.