What are you using for your bookmarks these days?

over 8 years ago from , Senior Interactive Designer / Developer with Hoefler & Co.

Wondering what service/techniques folks are using to store/browse their bookmarks and resources these days.


  • Ryan Morton, over 8 years ago

    Pinboardall day. There's so many integrations and apps so I have my bookmarks anywhere.

    20 points
    • Arnór BogasonArnór Bogason, over 8 years ago

      I came here to write this.

      4 points
    • Chris Aalid, over 8 years ago

      The $25/year fee for caching the every bookmark is worth it. The way it caches pages is better than Evernote, and it doesn't bog down my Evernote library with tons of heavy notes.

      1 point
    • A. M. ­DouglasA. M. ­Douglas, over 8 years ago

      Yes, this. Besides, it's just so simple, no flashy crap, no lag. Well worth the sign up fee and I also agree that the bookmark snapshotting priced at $25 per annum is worth it too. Very useful.

      1 point
  • Joshua SöhnJoshua Söhn, over 8 years ago

    Bookmark Manager from Chrome. It's awesome.


    11 points
  • Chris WinchChris Winch, over 8 years ago

    Stache: http://getstache.com/

    10 points
    • Jeff CouturierJeff Couturier, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      I really want to use Stache, but it's locked to the Apple ecosystem. My primary computer is a MacBook Pro, but as a designer + developer, I use all kinds of different devices. I have a Surface Pro 3, a linux netbook, my primary phone is an Android... And my primary browser on all of these is Firefox. Stache doesn't appear to work with anything outside of iOS, Chrome and Safari*.

      So I opt for Pocket instead because it's truly platform agnostic.

      edit: just found a Firefox extension, so that's encouraging.

      0 points
  • Oliver WatersOliver Waters, over 8 years ago

    Hey Brandon! You might like our app, Stache for Mac & iOS — http://getstache.com

    Stache makes it quick and easy to collect and re-discover pages you find useful, interesting or inspiring, in a beautiful, visual and fully searchable library.

    Stache for Mac stores full page-screenshots and web archives so you'll always have the page design and content to reference. Both the Mac and iOS are capable of full-page content search making it easy to find pages in the future, even with a vague search term.

    Happy to answer any questions!

    9 points
    • Chase GiuntaChase Giunta, over 8 years ago

      +1 for Stache. Love it.

      I only wish I could set the tags and which category within the Chrome extension upon adding :)

      3 points
    • Ryan MackRyan Mack, over 8 years ago

      How's optimization now days? I have over 1400 bookmarks (yes, it's a ridiculous amount), and Stache didn't know what to do once it reached 600 bookmarks the last time I used it.

      0 points
    • Jonathan MattheyJonathan Matthey, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      Hey Oliver,

      Stache is $4.99 on the mac app store with 2 stars

      Stache is $0.99 on the ios app store with 2 stars.

      Stache is the chrome store with 3 stars.

      what's going on ?

      why we paying ? and why are people not liking this ?

      4 points
      • Oliver WatersOliver Waters, over 8 years ago

        Hey Jonathan - iCloud has caused us some problems with sync, all which can be resolved by following our troubleshooting steps and running the latest version of iOS. Unfortunately people take to reviews rather than contacting us to help them. Also there were some bugs in the early days causing processing issues which have now been resolved.

        0 points
  • Kris KimKris Kim, over 8 years ago

    I'm using https://raindrop.io to quickly grab URLs and if I find any collected sites really useful that I know I will revisit regularly, I put them in the default safari bookmark.

    7 points
    • Jared CJared C, over 8 years ago

      Same here. It has some rough spots, but it seems to be improving. The free version is pretty fully functional which is nice.

      1 point
  • Peter MüllerPeter Müller, over 8 years ago


    4 points
    • Jffry VskJffry Vsk, over 8 years ago

      I second Dragdis. But, recently they stopped supporting their Safari and Firefox plugins. I've been eyeing Stache quite alot lately...

      1 point
      • Ashley KolodziejAshley Kolodziej, over 8 years ago

        Yeah, as a Firefox user I was pretty displeased about that, and bookmark export is giving me an internal server error, so guess those are gone.

        Back to Kippt for me. :(

        0 points
    • Ryan MackRyan Mack, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      I love Dragdis, and still use it. But they've seemed to be a bit wishy-washy on what they're building recently – supposedly building it from scratch again which is quite worrisome as a user of it.

      The drag-drop functionality is invaluable, but the grid layout could use some more options for sorting/organization.

      3 points
  • David BarkerDavid Barker, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Although I've tried lots of services before, I now just use Safari's bookmarks (synced between Mac and iOS), and the native Reading List.

    I like that I can close tabs on my other devices while using a different device (in Safari).

    3 points
    • Bardan Gauchan, over 8 years ago

      Wait, you can close tabs on other devices? How?

      1 point
      • David BarkerDavid Barker, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

        I believe you need to be running iOS 8 and Yosemite.

        If you're on a Mac, just go to the tabs overview (zoom out on a page while already fully zoomed out) and you'll see a list of the tabs open on other devices at the bottom. Hover and tap the × to close it.

        If you're on an iOS device, go to the tabs overview as normal, scroll to the bottom and you'll see a similar list of tabs open on other devices. Swipe on one of the items and a "Delete" button will appear.

        I hope that helps :) It's rather fun to watch a tab disappear when you close it on another device!

        1 point
  • Adam HaasAdam Haas, over 8 years ago

    I'm still using https://delicious.com

    Gets the job done for me.

    3 points
    • Ryan MackRyan Mack, over 8 years ago

      Same here, for now. It's performant and always works. Really enjoy the suggested tags. Though, I'm still trying to find something better, preferably with visuals snaps of the content I bookmark. Raindrop seems close.

      0 points
    • Alfonse SurigaoAlfonse Surigao, over 8 years ago

      Same here. Delicious has been working great for me and have used it for several years. plus I love finding things easily using tags.

      0 points
  • Ernst LeetErnst Leet, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    I gave up. No more bookmarks. I use TextExpander to quickly type links that I use lots of times during the day.

    3 points
    • , over 8 years ago

      What do you do when you find a resource you want to remember?

      0 points
      • Ernst LeetErnst Leet, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

        Leave it.

        If I need to remember I think deeply and search on Google for associated keywords. Most times I wasn't able to find anything in my book marking tools anyway because of the noise. I had 1000+ bookmarks.

        0 points
        • Ryan MackRyan Mack, over 8 years ago

          I'm yourself in the past, with 1000's of bookmarks. I'm still trying to manage them because most times my thoughtmaker can't rummage that deep to find the keywords of that one link I know I visited two weeks ago that will change the course of my life if I find it.

          0 points
          • Ernst LeetErnst Leet, over 8 years ago

            Export to HTML and remove all the bookmarking tools and bookmarks from your browser.

            It's like email, inbox zero. Only this time you decide 100% what's in your inbox and what's not. I keep mine at zero. ;)

            1 point
  • News TodayNews Today, over 8 years ago

    I still use Delicious.

    2 points
  • Axel ValdezAxel Valdez, over 8 years ago

    Stache for visual references, Pocket for articles, and Saved.io for everything else.

    2 points
  • jj moijj moi, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    I used Pocket. I reached 5,000 bookmarks in 3 years and I've only checked 200 out of them. So I stopped bookmarking and keep the tab open and force myself to read it at the end of the week.

    2 points
  • TJ MapesTJ Mapes, over 8 years ago


    2 points
  • Drew AlbinsonDrew Albinson, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    I use bookmark folders in Chrome (synced to all devices) to manage my go-to's and then save everything else to Pocket (http://getpocket.com/). It's not a perfect system but it's been working well for me.

    2 points
  • Hash MilhanHash Milhan, over 8 years ago

    Pocket. Simple and easy.

    also a good article about pocket


    1 point
  • Nick Wittwer, over 8 years ago

    Chrome bookmarks + Dragdis for things like "Wish list" and useful plugins I want to re-visit later. I've looked at other services for bookmarking but no one has really figured it out yet.

    1 point
  • Lee Fuhr, over 8 years ago

    Evernote. One fewer service into which I must divvy my remembrances.

    1 point
  • Henry KuoHenry Kuo, over 8 years ago

    Another vote for vanilla Safari bookmarks and syncing between devices. Used Readability and Instapaper, but the essential thing is that I simply don't need an "interface" for bookmarks. I just need access to find, save and do minimal organizing, and it's built right into the browser.

    Then with Quicksilver (or Alfred or other similar utility), I can access those bookmarks no matter what application I have open.

    1 point
  • Ryan Cuppernull, over 8 years ago

    Anybody used or checked out Octobox? http://useoctobox.com/

    Love the premise. They recently went open source on Assembly which I think makes the barrier of entry a tad more difficult but really into the idea behind it.


    0 points
  • Kyle CunninghamKyle Cunningham, over 8 years ago

    Fully aware that this will likely be buried, but my co-founder and I are building a next generation bookmarking application called Linkship. It's designed with organization and ease of access to information in mind. We're all about saving people as much time as humanly possible.

    It's Chrome only at the moment, but we'll be bringing it to Firefox and Safari as well soon.

    If anyone would like to give it a shot you can contact me at kyle AT getlinkship DOT com

    0 points
  • Thibault MaekelberghThibault Maekelbergh, over 8 years ago

    Safari Bookmarks bar & Evernote & Ember

    0 points
  • John TaylorJohn Taylor, over 8 years ago

    Im using Readability to bookmark articles and websites. When I see a page I want to remember it is only a keyboard shortcut away from being sent to readability. There is search, archiving, and staring and for the most part it works for me.

    0 points
  • Teodorik MenslTeodorik Mensl, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    I use Feedly for "daily stuff" and Dropmark & Safari bookmarks for sites I want to remember. I also use Pocket daily but only for specific articles or videos. I've tried Raindrop.io too...

    0 points
  • joemon mathewsjoemon mathews, over 8 years ago

    Pocket, Pocket, Pocket.

    0 points
  • ミンニシオ 。ミンニシオ 。, over 8 years ago

    Twitter + Delicious

    0 points
  • Account deleted over 8 years ago

    I used Enotus

    0 points
  • Ian GaoIan Gao, over 8 years ago


    0 points
  • Lance QLance Q, over 8 years ago

    After ma.gnolia and delicious I'm all in to Pinboard.

    0 points
  • Eric BaeEric Bae, over 8 years ago

    Hello everyone.

    We're a small team based out of Sydney Australia. We have a bookmark-related project that we'll be launching very soon!. The project is called Marvelogs.

    Our need was that we bookmark different things in different places (e.g. videos on YouTube, photos on Instagram etc), so we wanted to create a tool that keeps them in a single place.

    It's just a sign-up page, but we'd love to hear your feedback + thoughts.

    0 points
  • Theus FalcãoTheus Falcão, over 8 years ago

    Saved.io <3

    0 points
  • Ron BronsonRon Bronson, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Kippt has been great for me this year. There's an iPhone tool you can buy too that'll let you keep tabs on your links too and there are multiple lists you can share. My biggun is wanting to share what I link in an easy way for people who might not be as savvy and it's been nice for that.

    Also using Pocket, though not as much of late.

    0 points
  • Attila SztankovicsAttila Sztankovics, over 8 years ago

    Dewey - http://deweyapp.io/

    0 points
  • Koji IshimotoKoji Ishimoto, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Of course,

    0 points
  • Max LindMax Lind, over 8 years ago

    I've really enjoyed using Dropmark...great team of guys over there at Oak.

    0 points
  • Josh Sanders, over 8 years ago

    dragdis.com for EVERYTHING!!

    0 points
  • Nathan HueningNathan Huening, over 8 years ago

    Pinboard, of course. Is there any other?

    0 points
  • Visnja Zeljeznjak, over 8 years ago

    Instapaper. Because it now lets me also highlight text; I'm a big fan of highlighting. That way I remember why I bookmarked the article.

    I just bookmark the URL and archive it.

    0 points
  • Danny Zabolotny, over 8 years ago

    Pocket for anything interesting that I don't have time to read. It integrates well with Chrome and iOS 8, so it's a breeze to use.

    As for tech resources, I usually just bookmark it in Chrome, and that syncs with all my computers and my phone.

    0 points
  • Jonathan BrodheimJonathan Brodheim, over 8 years ago

    I use Stache to archive design resources, code snippets, and anything worth preserving. The full-page archive is invaluable to me.

    Before anything gets "stached", it usually sits in my Instapaper queue for about a week. Gotta read it first before its permanently saved :)

    Links I visit everyday are saved to my Favorite Bookmarks in Safari.

    0 points
  • Nathan NNathan N, over 8 years ago

    A combination of synced bookmarks on chrome and Kippt.

    0 points
  • Rick KhannaRick Khanna, over 8 years ago

    I love Diigo. It has auto-tagging, a fast, simple web interface. I can't recommend it enough.

    0 points
  • David AlandíDavid Alandí, over 8 years ago

    pocket + diigo

    0 points
  • David PetersenDavid Petersen, over 8 years ago

    Still using kippt, I just am fairly careful to backup frequently since officially the product has been sunsetted.

    0 points
  • Hadrien BHadrien B, over 8 years ago

    I don't use them that much except for music. All in the bookmarks bar, and synced with Firefox Sync.

    0 points
  • Fredrik ForsmoFredrik Forsmo, over 8 years ago


    0 points
  • Lance LoefflerLance Loeffler, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Pocket https://getpocket.com/welcome.php





    0 points