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Best Open Source Bookmark Manager

For several years I have struggled with bookmarking in Chrome. After a time I stopped using bookmarks, because their organizational capabilities did not work for me. I use other browsers for specific purposes, but most of my activity is in Chrome.  With this in mind, I wanted to finally resolve the issue and create a bookmark system that didn’t get in my way. This is why Best was created.

Delicious for Firefox makes it easy to manage your bookmarks in an elegant interface. The bookmarking service works with any web browser or operating system, and has earned a reputation as one of the most versatile services on the Internet.

LinkAce

LinkAce

LinkAce is an open-source bookmark archive that is self-hosted, free, and open source.

This application helps you collect and organize links from your favorite websites. You can use it to save articles, videos, tweets, and anything for a record or your future readings.

Its features include consistent monitoring, automatic archiving, tags & lists, dark mode, search, filter, order, it offers a REST API, your link that you save in it, you can be accessed by guests or kept it private.

You can install it with docker or without docker

It is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License and written with PHP.

Pocket

Pocket

This is yet another great bookmark manager that helps you save web pages, articles, videos, and any other web content you want. It also serves as a discovery platform where you can find much interesting content from big publications. It is no doubt a great application to collect information that you would love to read later. Browse through the saved pages and articles on the go. Pocket is available as a web extension or an app.

Features

  • Save all types of web content
  • Read articles offline
  • Keep
  • your bookmarks organized with tags

Shaark

Shaark

Shaark is an open source, a self-hosted platform to keep and share your content.

With it, you can keep your links, content, albums, archiving as a PDF or as a media, it also supports rapid sharing extension and progressive web app, DB encryption, 2-FA, Multi-users, backup, and more.

Notion

Notion

Notion is a popular note-taking app that also helps you to manage and keep your bookmarks organized. It has all the features of a good bookmark manager and more. It allows you to create internal links to documents. By doing so, you can make your wiki of bookmarks. It can handle a large number of bookmarks without any hassles. Also, it is supported by all the major platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.

Features

  • Fast web clipper tool
  • Supported by major platforms
  • Create internal links to documents

WebCrate

WebCrate

WebCrate is an open source bookmarking tool that is used for teams, and groups to organize, share links around the web.

It features team management, responsive design, search, collections, internal and external resources and more.

WebCrate is released under the MIT license and written with Vue.js.

Diigo

Diigo

With Diigo, you can build your collection in the cloud with notes, links, pages, images, etc. It ensures that your collection is safe and will never get lost. Diigo is a great app for personal knowledge management. It also allows you to attach stickies and highlights to a website as a reminder. You can access your collection anytime and from any place.

Collect.io

Collect.io

Collect.io is an open-source visual bookmark manager. You can use it to help you manage your links, pictures, notes, colors, and many resources too.

It is to looks great, and it allows you to connect your Dropbox and use it to save all your data.

iCloud Bookmarks

The next best option we have is iCloud Bookmarks. This bookmark manager is mainly made for Apple users as they can easily sync all their bookmarks between all their Apple devices. It now allows you to integrate your bookmarks on Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox with Safari bookmarks as well.

Features

  • Sync between all registered Apple devices
  • Sync bookmarks with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer

Flipboard

Flipboard

Flipboard is not exactly a bookmark manager app, but it has certain features that enable you to save website links in one place. It allows you to create your customized magazine where you can collect images, stories, and videos that you like. It is because of this feature that we have included it in our list. You can even set your magazine to private or public and invite others to contribute to your creation.

Features

  • Create customized magazines
  • Collect images, videos, and stories
  • Invite others to contribute to your curation

Linkding

linkding is a simple self-hosted bookmark service that is designed with an easy way to set up using docker.

It features tags for organizing bookmarks, full-text search, bulk editing, bookmark archive, dark mode, automatically creates bookmarks, it also supports rest API for developer, and more.

It is licensed under

the MIT license and written with python.

WebCull

Webcull

WebCull maintains all the features normal bookmark managers have like tagging, notes, and limitless folder structures. All while adding a lot of new features such as having access to it from any browser or device, sharing folders, searching within content, and much more. Best of all, it’s one of the most privacy-focused bookmark managers out there, so no ads, annoying emails, tracking, or following you around.

Lasso 

Lasso

This is an all-in-one bookmark organizer designed for easy bookmarking. You can use it for knowledge management and web research. The best thing about Lasso is that it is a cloud-based bookmark manager that allows you to save all your bookmarks in a safe place. It also offers a user-friendly dashboard for easy operation. It is regarded as one of the best ways of curating and sharing content.

Conclusion

Handy is a bookmark manager that makes it easy to store, manage, and share bookmarks. You can search by name or content, and add tags and related bookmarks. The “Starred” feature lets you bookmark pages you want to keep but not regularly visit. Giving time to check all the availability of the sources.

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