Protopage is a free to use web service that helps its users do the most with the least number of open interfaces. Basically the site recognizes the fact that Internet users find it inconvenient to open up multiple webpages to get the information they want every day. You open up your favorite bookmarks in new browser tabs, open up your favorite comics, open up your online note taking application, and more in your browser. Soon enough, you find yourself jumping from one browser tab to another, trying to find the service that you are looking for.
Here to simplify things is Protopage that lets you access all of these under a single dashboard. You start by creating an account on the website. After you have done so, you can store your page under a private or public URL that can be accessed from any computer or smart device. By default your page includes news feeds from popular websites, podcasts, and a Dilbert comic.
The widgets you see on your page can all be moved around to suit your preferences. You can also edit the widgets to add your own custom RSS feeds. You can also choose to display headlines only or proper previews of articles in the RSS feeds that are shown. Bookmarks can also be stored through your Dashboard.
A ‘Notes’ tab on your dashboard lets you easily store notes while you work on your Protopage. And for increased accessibility, the application offers tools for web browsers such as its extension for Google Chrome.
- A user friendly web service.
- Offers browser extensions as well.
- Provides you with a single dashboard to access your favorite RSS feeds.
- Provides various customizable widgets you can reorder on your dashboard.
- Lets you take notes.
- Lets you save bookmarks.
- Related: RSSOwl, QuiteRSS.
Check out Protopage @ http://www.protopage.com