Dragdis, a nifty free extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari, is a complete game-changer when it comes to collecting and organizing online content.
The idea behind Dragdis is really simple. A slick sidebar with your folders and apps appears on the right hand side of your screen every time you start dragging something on the web. Be it a link, an image, video or even selected text. You then simply need to drop the content to you sidebar. That’s it. Organized and Saved.
Currently with Dragdis you can drag&drop items to either your folders in the cloud, Facebook or Twitter. Next on the to do-list of Dragdis team is integrating such services Tumblr, Pinterest, Google Drive, Evernote etc. Essentially, the extension helps you move content around, from where you found it to where you want it to be, in an easiest way possible.
Domas Sabockis, who is the CEO and co-founder of Dragdis, came up with the idea a couple of years back when working as a creative for an advertising agency. After a long and unsuccessful search for the ultimate creative’s tool to collect and organize inspirations and sources, Domas decided to find a team and make one.
After spending 12 months in closed beta with 17k users & creating a massive buzz amongst web and graphic designers, Dragdis is now open to everyone.
You can download the extension on Dragdis website.
Founded: August, 2012
Headquarters: Vilnius, Lithuania
People: Domas Sabockis, Karolis Malcevicius, Eugenijus Jusas, Danute Rasimaviciute, Petras Baukys
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