This app helps you organize and cite article information

Published July 13, 2018 7:00AM (EDT)

There are a lot of interesting articles we might quickly pass over during our day — and in order to remember to read them later, we leave open browser windows and tabs, eventually leaving behind a digital mess that makes it difficult to be productive. Sorc'd is an app that lets you highlight important details from your readings, and save them for later in a cloud-based vault.

You can clip relevant details straight from your browser to look at later, and add them to various projects through different categories, tags, and favorites. The app also integrates seamlessly with Chrome/Edge extensions and MS Office, as well as Outlook, G, ogle Doc and Google Sheets, so it's easy to use and find what you were looking for no matter what platform you prefer.

Easily organize your clippings and share them, and stay on top of your projects with the most relevant information. This app is perfect for writers, educators, sports fanatics, or anyone else looking to stay on top of new information in their field.

Cut down on desktop clutter and reduce information overload: usually, a lifetime subscription for Sorc'd is $899.40, but you can get it now for $49.99, or 94% off.

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