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Google Bookmarks

Google Bookmarks is a free online bookmark storage service, available to Google Account holders.

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Google Bookmarks is a free online bookmark storage service, available to Google Account holders. It allows one to bookmark favorite websites and add labels or tags, and also notes.

Users can access their bookmarks from any computer by signing in to their Gmail account. The bookmarks are searchable, and searches are performed on the full text of the bookmarked pages, not just the labels and notes. More Info »


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Google Bookmarks (sometimes referred to as GMarks) was added by Mutant in Feb 2010 and the lastest update was made in Nov 2015. There is a history of activites on Google Bookmarks in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Google Bookmarks or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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Comment by metarob about Google Bookmarks Oct 2015

Wow, where did you get that screenshot? Wouldn't it be cool if it really looked like that? It doesn't, though.


I use Google bookmarks and Keepass, which is as open source and free password manager that I control. Google bookmarks are perfectly fine. If you can open a web-page with the browser, you can access your bookmarks even on smart phones. I liked Foxmark and XMarks, but they sold out and will likely sell you out too for ad dollars.


Very good comparison (1) of cross-browser-bookmark-synchronization-services:

It seems, that Xmarks (2) has no real competitor concerning the cross-browser-bookmark-synchronization-abilities.
No other bookmark-sync-service than Xmarks is able to sync Bookmarks (and passwords) across IE, FF, Chrome, Mac OS X10, iPhone and iPad.
Additionally you quickly can share a Xmarks-folder (with subfolders) with your personal internet-bookmarks online as webpage and you can vote and see the average voting of other Xmarks-users for the quality of sites.
Further as an alternative to the Xmarks server you can use your own server for your bookmarks, and you also can sync the passwords across all your used browsers and computers, if you want. (3) has no Chrome-support and a bad reputation on (4), whereas the reputation of Xmarks is excellent on (5) nearly equal to the excellent reputation of, see (6).

If you only use Firefox the best bookmark-solution is the firefox-addon Gmarks used together with the Firefox-Addon All-in-One Sidebar.

(1) Wikipedia: Comparison of browser synchronizers

(2) Small XMarks iconXMarks

(3) Small (bookmark sync) (bookmark sync)