Organize your reading habit and gain a proactive mind. Find what articles your friends are reading.

Build awareness with your contents

  • Check your daily encouter against political lean, negativity influence, world map, and difficulty score
  • Discover your knowledge strength from technology to science
  • Pick up new personal concepts through word cloud
  • Find the most productive day of the week you read the most

Discover what your friends are reading.

  • Reading is better when shared with friends.
  • Discover new topics from your friends.
  • Grow your reading habit.

How it works


The extension is available on Chrome Store and it's 100% free.


We'll track, stream, and analyze articles your read automatically.


Have a single point of reference for you and for your friends.

Track your favorite publishers

From news to encyclopedia, remember everything you read online.

Medium The New York Times Reuters The Guardian Wikipedia The Washington Times Wired

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2. Lecheler S., Schuck A. R. T. & De Vreese C. H. (2013). Dealing with feelings: Positive and negative discrete emotions as mediators of news framing effects. Communications. 38. 189-209.

3. Clark, Christina & Rumbold, Kate. (2006). Reading for Pleasure: A Research Overview. National Literacy Trust.