A few years ago I ran into an app developer who specializes in browser bookmarks. In the years since then, the developer has created a variety of browser bookmark sync and management tools that work greats, especially for bookmark hounds like me.
Store, Manage, Not Sync
Last week I wrote about my experience with Synkmark, a Mac bookmark utility which syncs bookmarks between popular browsers; specifically, Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.
This week I’m trying out a similar but different tool. While Synkmark syncs bookmarks between devices, Markster creates a central location for browser bookmarks, then lets you control which browsers get which bookmarks.
So, instead of blindly synchronizing every bookmark on each browser, Markster offers a more granular control process, and a single location to manage and curate your bookmarks.
Markster uses a Floating Menu to manage bookmarks, add or delete, from within each browser; Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. Instead of managing browser bookmarks individually in each browser, or instead of syncing everything between each browser, Markster is about control.
It’s the single place on your Mac to control and manage bookmarks for all the supported browsers.
Maakster is available a number of ways. Using a global keyboard shortcut, the Dock, or the Menubar. If you prefer to sync bookmarks between browsers, Markster is not for you. That job is better handled by Synkmark. If you want to control which browser gets which bookmarks, and prefer a single bookmark manager, Markster does the job.