Self organizing bookmarks for the things that you discover.
Save the content that you find while using a browser or while using just about any app on your phone and store it in one central, self-organizing space.
- Content will be automatically organized when you save it using the Stash save button
- Access from any device, either mobile or desktop
- Set reminders on content so you can be reminded to go back and read it
- Share to other Stash users via the Inbox feature
- Search using intelligent filters and your own tags
Stash is currently completely free to use, for any device.
- Support for notch screen
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Downloading this app merely allows you to join a "waitlist" for using the app. Clicking the button to check on your waitlist status sends you to a page where you can share the app's homepage with your friends. Given the other reviews here, it seems the waitlist might be endless. I don't know if the app actually works as advertised, or if it is a scheme to collect personal info.
Stash App Review (Beta)
So far after giving Stash a test run there are a couple of things I'm not too excited about. I've been using pocket since it was rebranded from "read-it-later". Here are points of feedback for using or getting users from pocket or similar services to be happy with migrating to stash.
Archived Links: I enjoy the ability that pocket gives me to "archive" a link from my list. It removes it from my active list but also gives me the ability to search and reference it at a later time in case the need arises. I would greatly enjoy this option in stash.
Stash "View": I would like the ability to change the view layout of my links in stash. Maybe with a cached image from the link source. It would make it a more pleasant experience.
Sharing: I can understand the ability to upload my contacts on Stash so that way I can share. But to be bluntly honest, I don't nor will not upload my contacts to your database. Regardless of any security features that you might or might not have in place. Not gonna happen. Just give me a way to share it from the native Stash iOS app or I'll resume sharing it on the safari share sheet browser. Either way, you won't get my contacts.
So far that's all I have for now, I've only messed with the service for about 30 mins and I'll make it a point to use it primarily to pocket to see if there are any other points of feedback.
Excellent web app, but Meh iOS app
The share action is top-notch, and that's good because that's where most of the workflow with this app happens.
The problem lies within the core app. Organization is unusual and it feels very foreign for iOS. Swiping between screens does weird and unpredictable things like popping up a keyboard or not displaying a page you think it should. (The app's settings icon is in a place where it looks like you can just swipe over to it, but you can't for seemingly no reason.)
The biggest problem is changing metadata. While sharing, this is easy and fun. It feels fast. In the app, it's clunky and the UI is just done through system prompts. It's clear the dev(s) spent a lot of time on the share action and then allowed after-the-fact metadata manipulation as an afterthought.
That afterthought is the missing star.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.