WebCuts (or Web Shortcuts) saves a html file shortcut of the current tab to your device.
When viewing a webpage, you can use WebCuts to save a file to your device that acts as a shortcut back the URL of that tab. The file is saved in html format, with a .html extension. (Your device should already be set up to open .html files with your default web browser)
- (2020-07-31) Ray Foss: Works with all platforms, including linux and probably Android as well. Works better than .url on macs as well. Could be better if the URL was shown in a human friendly HTML comment for cloud storage places that just render the HTML as text
- (2015-09-04) Feizel Kidia: This is AMAZING... It's revolutionised the way I use things like Google Drive (Docs). I never did like the 'file system' in Google Drive... with this, I can easily keep links to said files where I want, logically, in my own file system - including the 'shared with me' ones... Simple yet brilliant.
- (2018-01-09, v:0.0.0.1) Ray Foss: Google Drive is annoying
It would be really nice to insert a comment with the link at the top of the file, preferably url shortened for places that open it up as text... like google drive.