Save to Google

Save to Google, Image Credit: Chrome Web Extension

It can be a boring and tedious task to keep ‘BOOKMARKING’ everything we come across on the Internet. Thankfully, there are apps like POCKET, which relatively helps us by allowing to save the article at a place where we can read it later.

Google has come up with a healthy alternative for all ‘Save and Read Later’ applications, for instance, Pocket. The search engine giant has introduced Save to Google, a chrome extension, which will certainly solve our article storage woes.

Sundar Pichai-led company has silently released the chrome extension as a feature, which allows users to save the web pages they come across online. The extension broadens the capability of this feature to allow users to store pages and images to a central space of location.

Users can tag everything they decide to place aside in order to make things easier to find when they’re ready to go through them. To use this extension, tap on the star icon, which is added to your browser’s top bar, and tag the page. You can look at these pages whenever you want on google.com/save.

In short, the Save to Google is ‘POCKET’ for each and everything you want to save.

The official store description for the browser bolt-in puts it thusly:

Easily save interesting webpages to Google with the new Save to Google extension.

One-click save: Click the star to save webpages for later viewing. Easily navigate your saves via an intuitive visual UI.

One spot for webpages and Images: Your saved webpages and saved images from Google Image Search will live together at google.com/save.

The Google Save Extension is now available. You can find it on the Web Store and it works on Chrome OS, Windows, Linux, and Mac.