Whether I’m talking on the phone and doing chores at the same time, or chatting on Facebook, doing schoolwork, and watching Glee, I’m always multi-tasking — which is why I like things that make my life easier.
Float helps with that by conveniently putting all my favorite web content all in one place. Now I don’t need to have separate tabs open for Facebook, Twitter, and my favorite blogs and websites.
To start using Float, connect with Facebook and/or Twitter to access those accounts, read news and magazines and discover new content from posts from your friends that are also using Float. Add your favorite websites and blogs to receive content from that onto your page as well.
There’s also a bookmarklet that you can add to your browser’s toolbar, which easily allows you to add content that you come across while browsing the web to your Float account to read later.
Float is also available as a really cool iPhone app, so you can read on the go! Apps for Android and iPad are also coming soon. And the best part is, it’s all free to use!
Thanks to Float, I can now read all my important content quickly and easily — leaving me more time to multitask with everything else I have to do!