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'Save to Google' Chrome extension compiles webpages for you

The feature keeps everything you save in a central location.
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Google has a new alternative for all those save-and-read-it-later apps like Pocket: a Chrome extension called "Save to Google." According to OMG! Chrome, the big G quietly released it as a feature that allowed users to stash away images you find online. This extension, however, expands the feature's capabilities, allowing you to save even webpages to a central location. You can also tag everything you decide to set aside to make it easy to find things when you're ready to peruse them. To use the feature, simply click the star icon the extension adds to your browser, tag away and look for them later on google.com/save.

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