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I am still searching for my #1 Bookmarks Manager App (the one that I can use on all my devices - iphone / iPad / iMac / and a Safari Extension or Sharing ability. It has been hard to find one to do all those things yet but hopefully soon. I mainly use this app to save open Safari tabs that I wasnt to revisit later but dont want to forget and also want to keep organized. See More
Before Raindrop I was searching for such a service to manage and organize my bookmarks at least on a single system with no syncing, and I couldn't find any service good enough to satisfy me. but after Raindrop it's all Me enjoying surfing the web, with no fear of losing what I've found meanwhile ;) See More
Mohammad H. Sattarian's Experience
Private, all platforms, available offline, shows you the most popular pins from the community See More
Very affordable for premium features and I've got thousands of bookmarks saved up in Diigo. See More
There's a lot to like about this product, but little patience should be had 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
Very poor development. No response from support, despite re-commencing charging a fee. See More
Mzantsi Murray's Experience
The Auto Folders as well as the Suggested Folders features rarely seem to get it right. In one case it creates random folders that have nothing to with the bookmark in question (like creating a folder called McDonalds for a picture that has nothing to do with fast food) in the other it suggests folders that clearly have better alternatives (like suggesting the folder "Linux" instead of "Productivity" for an article titled "Productivity Tools"). See More
If a site was bookmarked before installing the extension or it was saved without selecting a thumbnail, the only way to get thumbnails to show is to go to every bookmarked item manually and editing it. See More
The extension requires a lot of clicking to save a bookmark to the appropriate folder and navigating folders is unintuitive and confusing. For example, instead of clicking a folder to open it, an arrow next to it has to be clicked, but it can't be done from the initial view as there's no arrow next to the "suggested" folder, instead an "add to folder" button has to be clicked first to access the folder selection menu. Furthermore, a bookmark can't be saved to a folder that's open, the destination folder can only be selected from the folder that contains it. See More
Buku doesn't show you what will happen before it performs a command that you input. For example: If you type the command to delete a bookmark, there's no way to see which bookmark is tied to the index that you input before the deletion happens. You need to know yourself by checking with another command. Couple this with the lack of a way to undo actions, and you could end up with a situation where you accidentally delete the wrong bookmark (or worse, range of bookmarks) and find out afterwards, without having any way to know which bookmark was deleted by this mistake (because bookmarks are identified by reassignable indices, not URLs or titles) and no way to undo the damage that was done. This lack of safety means that you must know exactly what you're doing before using dangerous options like "-d", or you could cause irreversible damage. See More
The best dedicated bookmark manager I've used yet. See More
Bustr Blu's Experience
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