When comparing Tagpacker vs Wallabag, the Slant community recommends Wallabag for most people. In the question“What are the best read-it-later apps?” Wallabag is ranked 4th while Tagpacker is ranked 8th.
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Pro 100% free (at the moment)
The company earns (enough) money with affiliate links, therefore there is no need for a purchasable pro membership.
Pro Follows strict privacy rules
Because it is located in Germany, the company has to follow very strict rules regarding privacy.
Pro Automate tasks with Zapier
Automating tasks with Zapier.
Programatically access links and tags.
Pro Auto tagging
It makes tag suggestions based on your tags already used
Pro Clean, efficient UI
It saves the date when the bookmark is added
Pro Optional server self hosting
Pro Open source
Pro Import content from other apps
It's possible to import content from other apps, i.e Pocket
Pro RSS reader compatible
Miniflux, Vienna, FreshRSS, Tiny Tiny RSS, Leed FeedReader, Fiery Feeds.
Pro epub/kobo integration
Integration within Kobo reader through simple hack allows epub creation of saved articles.
Pro Firefox and Chrome extensions available
Pro Offline article support
Con Uses affiliate links, which can be seen as an invasion of privacy
Affiliate links are usually not only a way to earn money with advertisement. They also include generating user profiles, which could be seen as a big privacy issue.
Con Only list view available
Con Paragraphs missing
Paragraphs within downloaded articles are missing.
Con Poor UI
UI is not as good as other apps in this category.
Con Difficult to configure
Con Poor Text to Speech
Text to Speech frequently breaks and doesn't respond to speed change.