Save PDFs and articles to your Omnivore library

What is Omnivore?
"Omnivore" is a Chrome extension that enhances your online reading experience by providing a clutter-free space to store, organize, and read articles, PDFs, and documents later. With features like note-taking, highlighting, and syncing across devices, it helps you focus on content, manage your digital reading list, and preserve important texts even if the original sources disappear. Integrates with Logseq for a seamless workflow.
Users: 40,000+
Version: 2.10.0 (Last updated: 2024-03-08)
Creation date: 2022-07-23
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • activeTab
  • storage
  • contextMenus
  • https://*/**
  • http://*/**
Size: 161.79K
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Omnivore (v2.10.0)
4.63 (27) 5,254+
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Distraction free. Privacy focused. Open source. Save web pages, articles, newsletters, and documents to read later. Add notes and highlights. Organize your reading list and sync it across all your devices.


  • Distraction-free reader view strips away ads, trackers, and clutter for easy reading and faster loading.
  • Easy markup tools let you highlight and add notes.
  • Saved articles remain in your library forever, even if the original site goes away.
  • Newsletter subscriptions go directly to your library, away from the chaos of your email inbox.
  • Stay organized with labels, filters, and fully indexed text searches.
  • Sync your reading across all your devices
  • Sync all your reading to Logseq using our Logseq plugin.

What are you going to read next? With Omnivore, you’re always in control. Read what you want, when you want, without distractions. Notes and highlights stay with your archived content forever. Advanced features help you read more efficiently and stay organized.

User reviews
User reviews summary
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  • Free and open source
  • Supports multiple platforms
  • Good for reading, highlighting, and saving articles
  • Issues with keyboard shortcuts
  • Some users experienced freezing and slow performance
  • Not user-friendly labels selection
Most mentioned
  • Free and open source
  • Supports multiple platforms
  • Reading experience and highlighting
  • Integration with other apps (e.g. Obsidian, Logseq)
Recent reviews
by Larntin Blue Larntin Blue, 2024-04-13

很棒 b( ̄▽ ̄)d 很方便 可以和obsidian以及Logseq联动,这一点很好用 而且功能齐全,并且支持多个平台

The best app I've ever used for reading later or bookmarking apps. Someday, if we could do searches in Japanese, it would be a perfect app. Even if you don't work with other apps it is hard to find a reason not to use this app.
by Yuji Tani Yuji Tani, 2024-03-29
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Risk impact

Omnivore may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

Omnivore has earned a good reputation and can be trusted.

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