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...
- 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 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
- Sylvie Stewart made this productCheck Rons WebLynx from Rons Place Software. You can save links in folders/sub-folders, tag, rate, add notes, import & export and has cool features such as automatic link filing or automatic deleting or storing/tagging of links while importing them. It's in active development so the developer is very open to feedback and enhancement requests. (https://www.ronsplace.ca/Product...).
- Stephanie Goldman made this productMap2Next is a mobile app that allows you to read travel articles from top sources (Eater, Thrillist, Airbnb, Uber) and attaches their recommendations with maps to make them more accessible on-the-go. So you can save the places and articles you see on the web for later. It makes finding great places easy, and the UI is beautiful. Disclaimer: I work here. We've been working really hard on this one and are starting to get noticed by some of the big players in the space