I often come across interesting websites while looking for something else, and I want to be able to quickly "push" (i.e. capture) their URLs onto a consolidated stack of clickable links, in LIFO order, for review at a later time. (It would be great if it were easy to "pop" links from this stack, but this is gravy.)
My current method for capturing URLs is awfully inconvenient: I choose my browser's "share" option, and email the URL to myself. This is not only slow and cumbersome, but the captured URLs get spread over a bazillion separate email messages.
In fact, the absence of a consolidated "dumping site" for these captured URLs is the weakness of every info capture app I've tried so far: quick capture always results in one link per "node" (or email message, or "note", or whatever) in a way that makes it difficult to review the current LIFO stack of URLs. With some of them it may be possible to simulate the "LIFO stack" effect, but this is invariably at the expense of speed and ease of capture.
Another feature of many of these apps that I found highly undesirable is that they stored the information remotely. I definitely want to keep this information exclusively local, i.e. in my phone. I don't want to find myself in the near future bumping into a "free storage limit" at some remote site (as with, e.g. Evernote).
Does anyone know an app that meets these criteria?