Free Diigo Alternatives

    The best free alternative to Diigo is Raindrop.io. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to Diigo and loads of them is free so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting free alternatives to Diigo are Memex (Freemium, Open Source), wallabag (Free, Open Source), Tagpacker (Free) and Google Bookmarks (Free).

    This page was last updated May 20, 2021

      • FreemiumProprietary
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      • Online
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      • Vivaldi Browser
      • Google Chrome
      • Safari
      • Yandex.Browser
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      Raindrop.io saves not just bookmarks but associated content depending on page type. Supports articles, photos, videos, presentations, website screenshots and more. Supports all your favorite sites
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      Raindrop.io vs Diigo opinions
      Most users think Raindrop.io is a great alternative to Diigo.
      It cannot be used to highlight web pages. This is the main idea of Diigo.
      Negative comment about 2 months ago

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    1. A privacy focused browser extension to eliminate time spent bookmarking, re-googling or copy-pasting notes into scattered docs.
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      Memex vs Diigo opinions
      Almost everyone thinks Memex is a great alternative to Diigo.
      CaptainFuture Because Memex annotation and search features are completely free for private use (as opposed to lifetime 100 in Diigo). Also, the annotations have a much better UX than Diigo. No other Annotation tool exists that allows users to create unlimited free annotations, and protects their privacy through offline-first approaches.
      Top positive comment  almost 3 years ago

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      poltak Provides full text search over not just bookmarks but history as well.
      Top positive comment  almost 3 years ago

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      Fast, doesn't get in the way, requires minimal interraction yet powerful.
      Positive comment almost 3 years ago

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      Totally free, works intuitively and gives me a bunch of other ways to organize and re-find articles and quotes that are useful to me.
      Positive comment almost 3 years ago

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      Makes student life much easier.
      Positive comment almost 3 years ago

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      • Self-Hosted
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      • Cloudron
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      • Firefox
      wallabag is an opensource self hostable application for saving web pages. ## Comfortable reading wallabag extracts the article's content (and only its content!) and displays it in a comfortable view.
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    2. Tagpacker is a free tool to organize, find and share links. It provides a simple but effective way to organize your links with tags. Tagpacker helps you to keep your collection always tidy and neat.
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      Tagpacker vs Diigo opinions
      pros, cons and recent comments
      As a librarian and former cataloguer, I have to say that it's the best available free tool of all listed here. Container Tags (called feature) is an interesting mix of hierarchical classification and facet classification. Even if hard core user might wish it allows for more classification, it's certainly seems capable enough, and a far more preferable alternative than to create your own SQL database.
      Positive comment over 1 year ago

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      PERCE_NEIGE Tagpacker is totally free, and provides a cleaner interface than Diigo for presenting bookmarks. I like it because it automatically grabs an image found in the page we bookmark, and when it fails, we can provide a link toward an image. There's also a feature that suggest tags, and autocomplete tags.
      Positive comment about 2 years ago

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    3. 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.
      Most users think Google Bookmarks is a great alternative to Diigo.


    4. Markup is an expert on web and document annotations. It allows you to highlight everything on PDFs, web pages, and ePub books. With Markup, you can easily add, manage, and back up your markups in one place.
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      Almost everyone thinks Markup-Annotation Expert is a great alternative to Diigo.
    5. Annotate with anyone, anywhere Our mission is to bring a new layer to the web. Use Hypothes.is to discuss, collaborate, organize your research, or take personal notes.
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      Hypothes.is vs Diigo opinions
      Almost everyone thinks Hypothes.is is a great alternative to Diigo.
      rasterpeanut this is THE tool for highlighting and annotating anywhere on the internet freely and privately (or socially if you want that)... it is open-source and it is great.. PLEASE do check it out before scrolling over.
      Positive comment 10 months ago

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      It is an open source software for highlighing, commenting and discussion. All the annotations can be freely shared. This comes in handy when reading research articles online. Diigo's highlight feature is good but is limited in number in the free version
      Positive comment about 3 years ago

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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Online
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Android Tablet
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      • Google Chrome
      MORE SIGNAL, LESS NOISE Every day we analyze thousands of new links and create a magazine of the most relevant ones for you. SAVE GREAT LINKS Save links from around the web with one click—with our browser extension on your computer, or our share extension on your phone.
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    6. Collect any article you want to read later, image that inspired you or video you want to watch later. Save anything, never lose it and view it without ever leaving GGather. Organize your bookmarks with tags and notes. And GGather tags are special.
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      • Free PersonalProprietary
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      • Internet Explorer
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      • Microsoft Office Powerpoint
      • Microsoft Office Word
      • Adobe Reader
      • Notepad++
      • Firefox
      • Adobe Acrobat
      Flamory remembers things, so you don't have to. Make snapshots of web pages, files and desktop apps. You can find snapshots later using full-text search and thumbnails. Paste them anywhere as links or screenshots.
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