Alternatives is described as 'The world is now more social. We share, we like, we tweet, retweet, link and generally exchange information on the social web. But how do you keep track of the things you like?' and is an website in the Social & Communications category. There are six alternatives to, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is Pinboard. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Shaarli or BibSonomy. Other great sites and apps similar to are SemanticScuttle (Free, Open Source), BookMacster (Paid) and FAVable (Free).

    This page was last updated Oct 14, 2021

    1. Pinboard is a bookmarking website intended for people who want to reliably keep track of large numbers of links. Its goals are to be useful, fight bloat, keep things fast, and stay small. Social bookmarking for introverts.
    2. Do you want to share the links you discover? Shaarli is a minimalist delicious clone that you can install on your own server. It is designed to be personal (single-user), fast and handy.
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    3. BibSonomy is a system for sharing bookmarks and lists of literature (BibTex format).
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Online
      • Self-Hosted
      • Firefox
      SemanticScuttle is a self-hosted and web-based social bookmarking tool experimenting with new features like structured tags and collaborative descriptions of tags. Originally a fork of .


      The project is no longer developed. Last version, 0.98.5, released in March 2013, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.

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    4. Sync bookmarks between different browsers and cloud platforms such as dropbox and icloud
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    5. FAVable gives users the capability to save all their bookmarks online. It has the popular social media fully integrated so no need anymore for copy&pasting to multiple sites.
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