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wallabag

wallabag is a self hosted read-it-later app. wallabag is free and open source.

4.1 Ratings 439 Reviews 10K+ Downloads

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wallabag is a self hosted read-it-later app. wallabag is free and open source.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.1
439 Ratings
  1. 5
    60%
  2. 4
    17%
  3. 3
    9%
  4. 2
    2%
  5. 1
    12%
  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Karen Holleran
    I'm a complete tech idiot but managed to get the free version to work on all of my devices I am loving it.. be nice to have some other folders and color code stuff
    more
  • Dec 11, 2019

    By M K
    Well deserves 5 stars. The app is free, and for the service behind it, either you install it for free on your server if you know how, or you just pay a cheap price of 9 Dollars/Euros a year for their Wallabag.it service (a good price.) I compared it to Pocket app which I had it premium paid for a higher price than this 9 dollars a year. It has all the main features of pocket at a cheaper price. Well done. I recommend it.
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  • Jul 3, 2019

    By Kym Eden
    Counterpoint to all the one star reviews, I've been hosting my own Wallabag server for a few years and had no lasting problems. The app has had sync issues where certificates were not trusted (let'sencrypt) and the local cache had to be wiped but most of the issues people talk about are network/hosting and nothing to do with Wallabag, either end. Things can still be improved and I'd like to see soon are scrolling using the track area not just the screen but it's much the same as Pocket.
    more
  • Aug 25, 2019

    By First Last
    Ever since the August 20 update, login fails on the app. Error - wallabag service not found - check URL. But I can log in via browser just fine. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, no change.
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  • Jul 2, 2019

    By Anton P.
    Good, but... can add please image preview miniatures, active tag list (under every entry) and "add new entry" button to main screen? Thanks
    more
  • Sep 24, 2018

    By A Google user
    I just wish they’d make these apps and how to work them much easier than they currently do. I came across wallabag on an alternatives to Pocket and GrabMyBooks site and decided to give it a run, liking the fact the it was open source and free. But my problems were just about to start. First, on the Chrome version, it asks for a domain name. Well, I don’t understand such stuff about domain names, etc. I can just about turn on my the computer. So, after a time, I decided to leave the Chrome extension and give the android app a run instead; surely this would be a lot simpler; a piece of cake, I thought. I then downloaded and installed the app, only to have the same type of issues about domains for a second time. I then went online and, after a while, set up an account with wallabag and found that I could then get the app working, without knowing about domains or being a tech wizard. But then I noticed that I was on a trial period, after which, as I read it, I’d have to take out some kind of subscription to continue using the app/account. So, at this point, I deleted my account, removed the app from my phone and browser, and wished I’d never bothered in the first place. 1 star.
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  • Oct 22, 2018

    By A Google user
    I'd love to use this app together with my own private Wallabag installation on my own Linux server, but I can't get the server running. I know, I hate reading manualls, I did it all the same, but I could not get the server up an running. I won't try it again, without a 'Wallabag for dummies (the database part)' or serious support from Linux distributions (e.g. Debian). It's a pity, as I like the idea of it. 2⭐ for the overall experience :o(
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  • Mar 19, 2019

    By Zack Hagan
    Docker instance not recognized. Perhaps you could share the android source code so the community can help speed up fixes and improvements
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  • Nov 29, 2018

    By Emily Campbell
    Didn't work on the self hosted docker.
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  • Nov 29, 2019

    By Ahmet Yüksel
    It's not free, that is a lie and it is not easy to use.
    more

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  • Dec 11, 2019

    By M K
    Well deserves 5 stars. The app is free, and for the service behind it, either you install it for free on your server if you know how, or you just pay a cheap price of 9 Dollars/Euros a year for their Wallabag.it service (a good price.) I compared it to Pocket app which I had it premium paid for a higher price than this 9 dollars a year. It has all the main features of pocket at a cheaper price. Well done. I recommend it.
    more
  • Sep 23, 2019

    By David Armstrong - Porter
    Dont think I could live with out this now love it
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  • Nov 11, 2019

    By mahenaaz nasim
    Totally love it
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  • Aug 31, 2020

    By Peter Sztan
    Text to speech support is buggy, there are pauses after every single word making it hard to listen to and modifying the speed doesn't do anything all of these issues have been fixed now, thanks!
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Karen Holleran
    I'm a complete tech idiot but managed to get the free version to work on all of my devices I am loving it.. be nice to have some other folders and color code stuff
    more
  • Jul 3, 2019

    By Kym Eden
    Counterpoint to all the one star reviews, I've been hosting my own Wallabag server for a few years and had no lasting problems. The app has had sync issues where certificates were not trusted (let'sencrypt) and the local cache had to be wiped but most of the issues people talk about are network/hosting and nothing to do with Wallabag, either end. Things can still be improved and I'd like to see soon are scrolling using the track area not just the screen but it's much the same as Pocket.
    more
  • Jul 2, 2019

    By Anton P.
    Good, but... can add please image preview miniatures, active tag list (under every entry) and "add new entry" button to main screen? Thanks
    more
  • Mar 17, 2019

    By Mister Anthrope
    had to restore a TiBu bc the latest version kept crashing. not sure what the deal is but besides that, i love wallabag
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  • Jan 13, 2018

    By Josh Javier
    I'd love to use Wallabag as my main read-it-later app, because it's open-source and free (I'm using Framabag). The only deal breaker is, unlike the web app, there's no annotation feature in mobile. It's one of the things that can potentially make it a more compelling app. Also, there's no option to rename tags -- you'd have to remove a tag from all entries to automatically delete it, and then make a new tag with a different name.
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  • Aug 25, 2019

    By First Last
    Ever since the August 20 update, login fails on the app. Error - wallabag service not found - check URL. But I can log in via browser just fine. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, no change.
    more
  • Oct 23, 2019

    By Robert Wiley
    Works very well. What would be nice is a thumbnail view of all articles similar to the web interface.
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  • Oct 18, 2019

    By Jimmy Clay
    Does not allow highlights or notes.
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  • Oct 22, 2018

    By A Google user
    I'd love to use this app together with my own private Wallabag installation on my own Linux server, but I can't get the server running. I know, I hate reading manualls, I did it all the same, but I could not get the server up an running. I won't try it again, without a 'Wallabag for dummies (the database part)' or serious support from Linux distributions (e.g. Debian). It's a pity, as I like the idea of it. 2⭐ for the overall experience :o(
    more
  • Sep 24, 2018

    By A Google user
    I just wish they’d make these apps and how to work them much easier than they currently do. I came across wallabag on an alternatives to Pocket and GrabMyBooks site and decided to give it a run, liking the fact the it was open source and free. But my problems were just about to start. First, on the Chrome version, it asks for a domain name. Well, I don’t understand such stuff about domain names, etc. I can just about turn on my the computer. So, after a time, I decided to leave the Chrome extension and give the android app a run instead; surely this would be a lot simpler; a piece of cake, I thought. I then downloaded and installed the app, only to have the same type of issues about domains for a second time. I then went online and, after a while, set up an account with wallabag and found that I could then get the app working, without knowing about domains or being a tech wizard. But then I noticed that I was on a trial period, after which, as I read it, I’d have to take out some kind of subscription to continue using the app/account. So, at this point, I deleted my account, removed the app from my phone and browser, and wished I’d never bothered in the first place. 1 star.
    more
  • Mar 19, 2019

    By Zack Hagan
    Docker instance not recognized. Perhaps you could share the android source code so the community can help speed up fixes and improvements
    more
  • Nov 29, 2018

    By Emily Campbell
    Didn't work on the self hosted docker.
    more
  • Nov 29, 2019

    By Ahmet Yüksel
    It's not free, that is a lie and it is not easy to use.
    more
  • Jan 25, 2019

    By J. Scott Elblein
    update: almost a year later and still doesn't support 2 factor auth. useless for me until then. uninstalling until it's finally added. Doesn't work at all when you have 2 factor authentication enabled. Nowhere in the app to enter the passcode that gets sent.
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