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  1. I’ve been doing the same lately (saving articles to read later), but I do it manually – copying and pasting into a document (which then becomes a collection of stuff I want to read). It allows me to read offline – which I would think isn’t possible using the apps discussed here.

  2. Salamunalaikum,thank you very much for this invaluable information.It’ll certainly add to my being more productive. JazakumuLLAHU bikhairaat

  3. This really helps in not letting the internet easily distracts me from my commitments not just projects. Thank you for sharing.

  4. There is a Islamic scholar who has written and spoken about distraction, his name is MAULANA WAHIDUDDIN KHAN, you can visit or to read and listen to his articles. Would like to share his thoughts on this site?

  5. Wow, mashaAllah great idea! As a homeschooling highschooler, this is a really beneficial thing for me! Many times when i’m researching on the internet for projects or assignments, I get distracted by various things! Now whenever I have a project to do and some cool article or video comes up, I’ll save it for later! :) InshaAllah it’ll help me to be more productive! Jazakallahkhair sister!!!

  6. Assalamu alaikom

    Good apps !,Thank you for sharing those , i will try one of them ^^.

    For Self learners who use “youtube”There is this addon ( for Chrome )that removes Suggestion videos , Comments , Ad’s , everything to let you focus only the Course your watching ,It helped me alot quit that habit “Getting of topic with suggestions” it’s called Youtube Distraction Free :