Meet our favorite Xmarks Alternative

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My favorite bookmarking tool to replace Xmarks, is It’s a powerful and visual bookmark manager that opens on your homepage or on every new tab page. Once you’ve imported your old bookmarks, you’ll always have quick access to your favorite sites. 

Major advantages of

First of all, it works on all browsers and platforms, without the need to sync your bookmarks. You can access all your bookmarks on a web-page (like Pages are private by default, but you can also easily share them with others. comes with an elegant design which is totally customizable. As a result, you can determine the number of columns you see, the bookmarks widgets you use to organize everything. So, you need more levels? Even in the free version you can add as many pages as you’d like. Set colors, backgrounds, icons, choose a Dark Theme, if you want to. Also, the interface is really easy-to-use.

Moreover, it has offers great support for bookmarks, with features like bookmark search, import/export, Broken Link Checker.

Finally, besides bookmarking, it provides a lot of extras, like support for RSS Feeds, Notes and Images. The embed widget allows you to embed any external webpage into your dashboard.


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  • Free with a PRO subscription for extras
  • The basic version is free (and promised to be free forever). It includes all the features of the product.
  • The PRO subscription costs $20/year. It adds extra widgets and a broken link checker.

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5 thoughts on “Meet our favorite Xmarks Alternative

  1. Bookmarking tool that only syncs to itself (if using two browsers, now you have three lists: the non-sync native lists of each browser, plus the new propietary bookmark list). And the “main page” insists to bring forward its own selection of bookmarks, thereby cancelling the whole purpose of a bookmark sync tool as xmarks was.

    • I don’t understand anything from your post. I currently sync bookmarks with icloud bookmark between firefox and google. How do I get to synchronize or how do I bookmark to it if I’m on the page I want to bookmark?

      • Sorry, Sam. doesn’t sync bookmarks. You can use it to import your bookmarks, and then to make a useful page with them. There are lots of other widgets, too. Try it out!

    • Hi Adelso, sorry to react so late to your post. I’ve just been busy. The thing you mention: that Xmarks could sync your bookmarks between different browsers, is very true. can’t deliver this feature. It’s more like you switch from the browser lists of bookmarks to the new visually stunning service. Now you don’t have to sync anymore: everything’s accessible from your homepage. And yes, it’s a shame that the business model of syncing bookmarks has proven to be not a viable model, even though Xmarks used to boast no less than 15 million downloads! Nobody wanted to pay for a single sync addon. For a total solution like, though, I gladly fork out some cash! Cheers!

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