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Geekmarks client

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Client for Geekmarks: a Free, Open-Source, API-Driven, Geeky Bookmarking Service

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Description from store This extension provides a user interface for the bookmarking service Geekmarks. In short, I want my bookmarking service to be very quick to use, and to provide a way to organize my bookmarks in a powerful way. I tried a lot of existing bookmarking services, and I wasn't satisfied by any of them, for a variety of reasons. Let me elaborate on the organization part first. The simplest way to organize bookmarks is to introduce folders to group them. This still poses a well-known problem though: some bookmarks can logically belong to multiple folders. In order to address this issue, some services use tags: now we can tag a bookmark with more than one tag. So far so good. Now, assume I have a generic tag programming, and a couple of more specific tags: python and c. I definitely want my bookmarking service to be smart enough to figure that if I tag some article with either python or c, it means programming as well; I don't want to add the tag programming manually every single time. So, what we need is a hierarchy of tags. Surprisingly enough, I failed to find a service which would support that. This hierarchical tags thing was a major motivation for me to start Geekmarks. Another important thing is that I want bookmarking service to be very quick to use. I don't want to go through these heavy user interfaces and look at all the eye candy. In my daily life I just want to either add a bookmark or find one, and I want to do that quickly: like, just a few keystrokes, and I'm done. So, meet Geekmarks!

Latest reviews

  • (2019-02-17) Damian Kyc: The best bookmark manager so far! Thank you!
  • (2018-09-06) Andrew Helton: Really neat bookmarking extension. I love how quick and efficient it is to use. I do wish that fuzzy search was included so that you could find bookmarks by title or keyword. Sometimes I forget what I tagged something as and it would be easier to just search by title or keyword.
  • (2017-02-15) Julyan Davey: Love it! Just what I've been searching for!


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4.9 (7 votes)
Last update / version
2017-02-14 / 0.22
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