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Can be used for bookmark syncing but that is not it's primary purpose. See More
David Aslan French's Experience
Instead of image embeddings, there's a sort of poor man's substitute: image + description. If you add an image, you can create a description of any size and with all the formatting features. It can be used instead of image embedding but much more limited: only one image and only at the very top. See More
When searching via omnibar/omnibox, if you autocomplete or click on a raindrop.io result, it will open the raindrop.io webapp, and not the launch bookmark URL itself in a new tab or window. So you have to click again when the web app comes up to get to the bookmark you wanted in the first place. See More
Free version don't let you create subfolders and 28$ per year to manage bookmarks is way too much for me See More
Syncs browser bookmarks, not just a parallel service. XMarks synced bookmarks, so this is a replacement for it. However it's very flakey - continually dupes top level FireFox folders, other sync issues. Update April 18, 2018: New FireFox plugin release fixed a bug I reported (2 day turnaround is fantastic!) and seems like they fixed other issues too because the syncing is working perfectly so far to/from FireFox and Chrome on Windows. See More
start.me enhances your browsing experience in much the same way a contact manager helps you calling friends. By being able to properly organize your favorite websites, you save valuable time not having to search for the address of a site. start.me also serves as a hub for all your information needs. Stay up to date with your world, by following the latest news, stocks, sports scores and weather forecasts from your personal dashboard. By default all start.me pages are private, but pages can also be shared with friends and colleagues making it a great tool to share online resources and information. See More
There's a lot to like about this product, but I have little patience for people that try to charge money for something that appears to be just a hobby. The e-mail and RSS feed widgets have worked only sporadically for nearly two years. Calls for support are met with a hard sell for the premium edition. See More
Atavi is able to be used in almost any web browser and platform because it bypasses the native bookmark management, instead providing access to your links through a responsive web page. With every new tab opened, your bookmarks appear with all the grouping and sorting options you expect from the native bookmark manager. See More
Atavi's browser extensions further simplify use of the service by ensuring that new tabs display your Atavi bookmarks and providing a one-click mechanism for importing bookmarks you already have in that browser into your Atavi account. See More
If you have a need to manage or organize, share or export your bookmarks on the go, Atavi offers an Android app which provides a quick and easy means to do so. The web page interface on mobile is fine for visiting your bookmarks, but the app brings the smooth drag-and-drop and long press inputs that are needed to easily rearrange or share your collection. See More
At the top of your Atavi bookmarks page on each browser tab is a search field, which can be set to pass your query to Google, Bing, Yahoo!, or Yandex. There's no need to lose the familiar new tab page search field when switching to keeping your bookmarks with Atavi. See More
I love GGather. It's functional, easy to use, and attractive. The developer is also very helpful and very responsive to feedback. I use it not only to save websites, articles, and videos but also as a product wishlist, mood board, and GIF repository. With all the display options and tagging features it's very flexible and can be really used to save things for a variety of uses. See More
This option entails a lot of highly technical work to set up and maintain. You almost need to be a programmer or web developer to be able to roll with this option. Building the software from source, hosting the web app on the local network or on the cloud etc. Updating. It's beyond the abilities of most casual computer users. See More
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