Get Quick Bookmark Access & Management
If you’re like me, then you use bookmarks frequently but organizing them like you can do on the computer isn’t as easy on an Android Device. Thanks to XDA member Ben74, we now have a great app that helps you sort, manage, and use your devices’ bookmarks. As quoted:
my solution is a lightweight app that simply displays your browser bookmarks, allows you to sort them in various ways, lets you search by name, provides the ability to edit and delete them, and gives you the option to choose which browser to open them with. you can quickly open any bookmark with two finger presses. one to launch the app, and one to open the bookmark. it’s nothing fancy, but it does save a little time.
The app is brand new and the developer is looking for testers. If you have an Android 1.6 or higher device, please go and try the app and report your results with it in the discussion thread.
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