Not an independent bookmark manager, but I export my bookmarks every so often, & import them into my browsers on other machines. So you could perhaps have a central master bookmark file to sync with.
I am using zim-wiki and collect my most important bookmarks there ...
For now that is my solution.
I was hopimg to find something smart just to manage my bookmarks independently.
Sorry. I only programmed a little webbased bookmark-manager in PHP for my webspace so i can use it from every device.
What are the expected features of such app?
- manual descriptor
- auto descriptor (get it from web page)
- detect and warn about duplicates at once
- superfast search
- optional directory structure
- optional flags/tags/labels
- good import/export abilities
- good syncing abilities (from chromium/firefox/opera to dropbox and to git or something)
- check for validity of links (human triggered)
- check for popularity of links (human triggered) ?
- thumbnails ? (human triggered update)
- multiple buttons to open the same thing in mutiple clients/browsers, chromium/firefox/opera/...
Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2013-05-04 19:50:00)
Yeah, actually i'd like to see an app like that as well and I did some pretty strong googlete on it, but nothing pops-out.
- "encrypted html" exporters (using js (client-side only) engine(s))
Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2013-05-05 21:40:56)
I was thinking about this last night. Would it be possible to somehow create a standalone application based on the Iceweasel bookmarks-manager?
Last edited by antiv0rtex (2013-05-08 02:42:00)
Last edited by KrunchTime (2013-05-13 06:03:07)
What about KeePassX?
It can store your bookmarks and the auto-type feature can take care of logging in (for sites that require a login).
Or if you are "cloud friendly", LastPass can function as a bookmark mangler of sorts (and take care of logins).
Last edited by KrunchTime (2013-05-17 03:46:36)
I've been using pinboard.in for a few years now. It has extensions for Firefox, chrome & opera (I think). It's a little bit social, but easy to keep private too. Downside for some is that it has a one off cost, about us$10.