In the evolution of browsers, the bookmarks function was one that everyone looked forward to having. Do you still use the bookmarks function of your browser?
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Did you know that Firefox lets you open web pages on the left side to keep up with its information? Here’s how to load web pages in the Firefox sidebar.
There are many third-party bookmark managers available to help organize your bookmarks and get rid of the clutter. Here are three of the best ones for you to check out.
Online collaboration tools are mostly used for discussion and brainstorming. What if you want bookmarking to be the collaboration tool? Here’s the fix.
Google recently released Bookmark Manager that changes the way you handle bookmarks. Here’s how you can make your way around the interface.
ViewMarks puts a creative twist on your Firefox bookmarks using a file manager paradigm. It lets you manage your bookmarks like they’re files and folders.
Popup my Bookmarks is a Google Chrome extension that makes it easier to edit, move, create new folders and helps you to keep your bookmarks organized.
To quickly access your favorite site, you can now easily save bookmarks to your home screen in Android for quick access. Here’s how you can do so.
The Safari for iOS comes with a nice little option that let you add an icon, as a bookmark for a website on the home screen. Here’s how you can do so.
Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
There are services that can save webpages and reduce them down to just text for easy reading. Here are 4 ways to save websites to read later in Android.
There are tons of bookmarking services around, but If you need a better and easier way to save web content, then Dragdis could be the one for you.
If you are planning to import Instapaper articles to Pocket, the procedure to is extremely easy and shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. Here’s how.
The latest version of Chrome comes with a new tab interface that removed the App button. Here is how you can restore it back to the old look.
Google Chrome makes it easy to access recently visited websites and a wide range of apps on the new tab page, but managing bookmarks can be a bit of a chore. Humble New Tab replaces the new tab page with your bookmarks and other content. Oh, and for those that care, it’s open source.
If you don’t want note-taking apps for simply saving web pages, try this neat Firefox add-on called Temporary Bookmarks. This add-on allows you to bookmark webpages and clear them when you close the browser, or after a specified amount of time.
Do you have a website that you frequently visit on your Android phone? You can pin your favorite sites to the home screen along with your other apps.
Do you have a lot of browser bookmarks in Firefox and/or Google Chrome? If so, I’m sure you’d like an easy way to search through them on your Mac – like you can with Safari bookmarks. Luckily, the Brow Mac app makes that all possibly in just a few short, simple steps.