3 Awesome Apps to Better Manage Your Bookmarks In Android

Mobile devices have become a lot better for web browsing over the past couple of years. In fact, many people use their mobile browser for more than their computers. One inevitable problem is storing, organizing and accessing your bookmarks. Let’s face it, we all have poorly organized bookmarks.

In the list below, you’ll see some Android apps to manage bookmarks. Some are tied to web services you may already be using while others are stand alone services.

1. Powernote (Diigo)

We have written about Diigo a few times here on MTE, but there is a reason the name keeps popping up. Diigo and Powernote work great. Powernote lets you share a webpage URL to your Diigo account. When saving, you have the same options as you do when using a bookmarklet or the Diigo site. Adding the URL to a List or a Group, adding notes and even marking it as something to read later.

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Powernote (Diigo)

2. Symbaloo

Symbaloo is a stand alone bookmarking service with a website counterpart as well. Where Symbaloo differs is the more pictorial bookmarks. While it is easy to scan for the title of a bookmark or do a search, pictures are easier for some people to find than words.

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Symbaloo

3. GBookmark

Google Bookmark users will love the way GBookmark syncs their Google Bookmarks with their Android device. While the layout leaves a bit to be desired, the way the bookmarks are arranged are similar to the way Google does it; one long list.

**This is NOT an app to sync Google Chrome bookmarks to Android.

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GBookmark

Final thought

The more dependent we become on our mobile browsers, the more we will need to have better bookmark management tools. Many of the apps are becoming cloud-based which is nice for a lot of us. It is great to see the companies out there making free apps to sync desktop to mobile as well.

How important are your bookmarks while mobile?

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Trevor Dobrygoski Trevor Dobrygoski

Trevor is a freelance writer covering topics ranging from the Android OS to free web and desktop applications. When he is not writing about mobile productivity, He is coaching and playing the world's greatest game... Soccer.