Command Browser 17+

Highlight, Save, and Sync

RoBhat Labs

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 103 Ratings
    • Free

Description

Command is a browser designed for making sense of the internet.

The browser comes with a web highlighter, internet journal, and integrations to major notes apps.

WEB HIGHLIGHTER
Read the internet like a book with Command’s web highlighter. Markup pages to help read webpages.

INTERNET JOURNALS
Capture the information you come across into Command Journals. Save things like memes, webpages, and more for easy access.

READING LIST
Save articles to read and annotate at a later time without filling up your bookmarks. Articles can even be added from outside the app!

INTEGRATIONS
Command integrates with major notes apps like Notion, Readwise, and OneNote so that you can remember what you read and send the things you collect to your knowledge base.

STAY FOCUSED
With highlighting, ad blocking, and no notifications, Command is designed to keep you focused while you read.

BE SECURE
With no third party servers your data stays with you. Command uses iCloud to sync – not 3rd party servers.

We use Biometric locks to keep your private tabs secure.
No sign up necessary to use Command.

What’s New

Version 3.8.9

3.8.9
Bug fixes related to Explore and Undo.

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3.8.8

NEW - Undo Tab Delete: Sometimes you close a tab you meant to keep, now you can reopen it easily while in app. For security deleted tabs are not saved beyond the app's lifecycle.

Bug fixes: Explore crashes when data unavailable

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
103 Ratings

103 Ratings

els9677 ,

Can there be Note Syncing in the future?

I’ve been using this for a while, really good, the general user experience is very nice. It has clean and pretty UI, robust utilities to accommodate basically any function one needs from this sort of website collecting/highlighting apps, and it combines all those features into just one app, making the whole process much easier and quicker, doing it better all the other similar apps in my opinion.
I’ve only recently heard that it now can integrate with Notion and sync the highlights, which is really convenient for me because I’m a heavy Notion user, and so I started to use this app more frequently now.
The syncing function’s good, easy setup, and the syncing is really fast, I like it a lot.
The only thing is that it cannot sync the notes taken along with the highlights, which means that I still have to transfer the notes manually to pair off with every individual highlight in Notion, and that hinders the efficiency a bit.
Really hope there would be a note syncing function as well in the future updates, just a personal wish.

Ukeduke98 ,

WOW

Disclaimer: if you’re only looking for a browser, look elsewhere. This app is so much more. Review: I have been looking for ways to integrate with Notion in more meaningful ways. That is where all of my highlights and book notes are kept (syncs with Kindle highlights through Readwise, and my physical notes sync through Readwise). Why I have never heard of this app before, I’ll never know. I was looking for a way to highlight article and take notes without a subscription. I like Pocket, and I have tried Instapaper, but Command Browser has replaced them both. Not only does this natively integrate with Notion (which is so, so cool by the way) but it can ALSO integrate with Readwise (which, by extension, can integrate with Notion for a small annual fee). So now I can natively sync with Notion, or I can choose to integrate with Readwise to preserve my knowledge template there. This is a very long review, but let me make it very simple for you. If you are a Notion user, get this app. Seriously. That simple. You will LOVE IT. And it just works.

dtoyd ,

Nice job! Except ...

Really nice start. I'd really appreciate a few things... 1. More specific update notes please? 2. Notion integration needs fixing in my opinion so that tags made in Command stay attached to specific highlights (as when they are created in Command) ... Currently, when sent to Notion, tags get rolled up into a bundle as a property of a URL and as a result information (that tag X was attached to highlight Y) is LOST. To fix this, I think the Highlights table needs to have each *highlight* as its entity/row/granularity, rather than URL. Ideally a related "Pages" table with URL as base would store page title and page-scope comments. If that's hard (or not possible to auto-populate related fields?) then URL and page title could just be properties of each highlight in the Highlight table, with those values repeated for each highlight in a page. 3. Data protection: I'd love to know somehow that my Notion data isn't being exposed to accidental sharing or even erasing. Maybe Notion limitations make that impossible to guarantee but at least warn us of what could happen by giving you the keys to my data there. 4. Thanks for the handy app!

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