Get the content that matters to youdelivered to your inbox every day.
Cortado is a free tool that makes it fast and easy to get
daily updates from the sources you care about.
How it works
1. Log in to the web app to customize the sources for your email.
Choose from Reddit, Hacker News, RSS feeds, and more.
2. Receive an email update every morning. Read content directly in your email
or add it to Pocket/Instapaper to read later.
Choose from a wide variety of source types
Get the most popular posts each day on Hacker News.
Receive updates from Reddit, including any subreddit.
Follow any RSS/Atom feed for blogs or news sites.
View the local weather forecast for as many places you like.
Include your email newsletters to see them all in one place.
Track changes in financial market indexes.
Learn a foreign language word of the day.
Get the Wikipedia featured article, the daily xkcd cartoon, or a quote of the day.
Cortado helps you...
Use Cortado to follow topics and authors you care about without wasting time
browsing the web. Find a new source of content? Make sure that you never miss an
update by adding it to your Cortado email.
Emails from Cortado are easy to scan quickly to figure out what is worth reading.
And if you don’t have time right away, you can add content to read-it-later
services, including Pocket and Instapaper.
Put everything in one place
No need to cycle through a dozen apps every morning or manage subscriptions to
multiple websites. With Cortado, you get your update one place
you already go to every day — your email — and there’s a single app to manage it.
Get what you need,
and nothing more
Just because you’re interested in a source of content doesn’t mean you want to see
everything from it.
Use the Cortado web app to set engagement and keyword filters to
limit what you see.