I have used Pinterest, Pocket, Papaly & Delicious. I am looking for a tool or app which has features like making collections, lists & sub-lists, tagging a bookmark, sharing collections with others, import & export of bookmarks etc...
- This is great for bookmarking and saving. They have browser and desktop versions also.Created an account just to say thank you Mucahit!I have been looking for something like RainDrop like forever! I like it much better than Pocket because it does not automatically download all the content of my links -- it is purely a bookmark organizer, thus its app size won't get too bloated like Pocket or Instapaper. Thanks again for your recommendation!
- Imho there's no better option than pocket. Great offline service, ability to tag links but still a pretty lightweight app. Works great on iOS, Mac and browser.It's unfortunate that you don't believe in Pocket as it's a fantastic tool, we recommend you give it another go :)
- Quick notes, tagging, collections, images, sharing and chrome extension. Available on all devices and syncs everywhere.It automatically syncs information and offers easy-to-use functionalities.
- I just started using NoteLedge because a friend recommended it and I really like it so far. I can keep all my bookmarks in separate and labeled folders and this makes the searching process quite easy. I also use NoteLedge for taking notes, brainstorming for projects and making collages - I feel like this app is very multi-functional because it's not just for note-taking, you can do lots of things in it and that's what I like the most.I use this app for collecting bookmarks - they go into individual folders that I update regularly. Works on my phone and tablet as well.
- I love their approach of organizing bookmarks via tags. When you reach a certain amount of bookmarks you can sort your tags into "packs" – so you can create custom collections/lists. You can also share your links. Import works via HTML, no export function by now, though...
- Specifically with annotating/highlighting capabilities. Use Candy (now Lumio) - Highlight text or data, save images, videos or entire pages from the web. Your highlights are recorded together with all source information. Drag and drop to organise/re-arrange them in the order you like.
- I really like Start.me - simple to use, access on any device, organise blocks of bookmarks by topic etc. The main reason I started using it was the frustration of diffferent browsers and bookmarks depending on whether you are at work, home pc, phone etc. I like Pocket as well although have never thought of it as a bookmark manager as such. Just wish Pocket would allow articles clipped to Pocket to appear on Kindle easily
- Been using it for years. Imho this is the easiest way to save and organize bookmarks.Does exactly what it says on the can! :)
- Just check it out for yourself. It's new, smart and intuitive. Links are stored in folders in a familiar tree structure. You can tag them, rate them, add notes, view and even extract the core information from their pages, and much more. This is the application you didn't know you were missing until you start using it.