Bookmark Ninja review

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4 out of 5 stars

Bookmark Ninja is a clean, powerful bookmark manager. According to their marketing material, that is. In reality, their bookmarks solution is a nice collection of tabs with lists of bookmarks. So it’s mostly text driven, even though the site icons are still there.

What we like about this solution, is that you get many options to order and reorder. For example: you can drag and drop your bookmarks from one category (that’s what they called the frame that holds the bookmarks) to another. Also, you can easily add new tabs (i.e. pages) to your Dashboard. 

All in all, Bookmark Ninja offers everything you need to nest bookmarks, to categorize and order. It helps anyone with a lot of bookmarks to keep track.

It’s a great tool for having quick access to your frequently used bookmarks.

Besides categorizing bookmarks, you can also add tags to individual bookmarks, allowing to handle and organizing large number of bookmarks.

Other features include: Import bookmarks, export bookmarks, sharing of dashboards.

Rating Bookmark Ninja

4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
4 out of 5 stars (4.0 / 5)
Mobile support:
3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)
4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
Customer support:
3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)
4 out of 5 stars (4.0 / 5)


  • There’s no free version available, just a 30-day free trial. 
  • Subscription costs an annual subscription for $1.99/month ($23.88/year).
  • You need PayPal to make your payment.

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5 thoughts on “Bookmark Ninja review

  1. Hi there, a couple of years on from this original review, I thought I’d chip in.

    Bookmarkninja looks like a really competent bookmarking manager. At this time (Jan 2020) there is only the one option to pay $24/year, no more lifetime option, no more free version. Personally at this time I’m looking around for a competent and reliable bookmarking manager, because I’m realizing the value of being able to retain an overview of all the information and web pages I circumnavigate. I’m not sure I’m ready to pay $24/year for the luxury, but I do want my bookmarks to be retained and to be able to find them. I’ve lost too many bookmarks in the past, I don’t want that any more and all that information is important to me.

    Diigo looks very good but you only get 500 bookmarks in the free version, and they charge you about twice the price of Bookmarkninja. The third option I’m looking at is Evernote (free), although this one does appear to be superior in it’s organization around bookmarks.

    I don’t think I’m ready to pay annually for the ability to organize my bookmarks, but of the paid versions, this might be the most affordable and the best.

    • Thanks for commenting! Yes, Bookmark Ninja isn’t bad, but since they no longer offer a free version, I’m afraid this option just isn’t the best out there. Have you tried They claim to be Free Forever, and your bookmarks aren’t capped like with Diigo. Will you take a look, and let us know what you think? Much appreciated!

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