I've been using Link Bubble for the last couple of weeks and it's game changing for how you consume content on your phone.
It's incredibly simple: when you click a link in an app, instead of the link loading in Chrome, a bubble will pop up on the side of your screen. The bubble will only open when it's fully loaded, meaning you can continue doing whatever you're doing in the meantime. And you can keep tapping and load as many bubbles in the background as you like (just like opening tabs in the background on your desktop). Finally, a simple swipe of a bubble let's you open it in Chrome or Pocket or another app when you need to (you can choose two).
Try the free version (http://goo.gl/sNrGrh), which works with one app. Then make the easy decision to upgrade to the paid version (http://goo.gl/oWYeBJ).
Link bubble has made all these apps better for me so far: Google Search, Google+, Twitter, Gmail, reddit, HackerNews, and the built in News & Weather app.
Apps like this make me excited about what's to come in the Android ecosystem. We're in the early days of mobile experiences surpassing desktop experiences.
Thanks for building this app (keep on making cool apps please!) and to for introducing me to it with a post on G+.
- University of CambridgeNatural Sciences with Computer Science, 2005 - 2008
- Product Marketing, 2008 - presentYouTube Brand Marketing Manager
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