Upnext App, a place to save and interact with content from all over the internet

Upnext is a read-later app that creates a place to save and interact with content from all over the internet.

It handles articles and blog posts like Pocket or Instapaper but also serves as a dumping ground for all those Youtube videos that one wished to watch later. The podcast episodes you’ll eventually listen to, the tweet thread you don’t have the time to scroll through yet, all those pdf cluttering your desktop, and more.

One highlighting factor about the app is that rather than just storing all that stuff in a reverse-chronological list, it acts as a sort of Google TV interface for web content, a tool that takes all your links and tries to give you back the right thing at the right time.

“Upnext’s home screen shows you a few categories, a set of curated Daily Picks from the stuff you’ve saved, and then a few of the things you’ve added most recently. There’s also a Review page that asks you to Tinder-swipe your way through your list to keep it clean — swipe right to keep it, swipe left to archive,” a source as per The Verge.

The app has been in Beta for more than a year. Now it’s launching publicly on iPhone and iPad and it costs $10 a month or $69 a year.




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