Webbla - Bookmark Manager

Version: 1.5.6 || Release Date: 2012-07-05 || License: Shareware ($21.98) Developer: Celmaro | App Owner: celmaro

Visual bookmark manager with Delicious and Pinboard support.

If you like to handle your music and photos with iTunes and iPhoto, Webbla is the right application to handle your bookmarks.

Webbla is a modern bookmark manager for Mac OS X Leopard that helps you in organizing your bookmarks visually. It also offers you an easy way to keep track of website updates.
Instead of remembering your bookmarks by title, Webbla gives you a new way to remember them visually. Personalizing your bookmarks with tags or keeping them in different categories will help you to come back to them easily.

Browser compatibility
Define your own shortcuts to add bookmarks from your web browser to Webbla.
Customizable web browser scripts make it easy to open bookmarks in different ways with all applications supporting AppleScript.
Over standard html bookmark files you can import and export your bookmarks to and from Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb, Opera, Safari and more.

Mac OS X System integration
Webbla support Spotlight, Cover Flow and Quick Look, so you can easily find and preview your bookmarks with the Finder.

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9 Opinions

Delicious support will come very soon.

If you are interested to see how it will work and what we have done check out our preview at http://tinyurl.com/3y85a7m and let us know what you think.

This is a very well presented app, though I'd like to see direct management (sync) of Safari/Firefox bookmarks instead of having to import bookmarks into the app separately.

probably good for beginners but fails to be effective in massive bookmarking. right now i'm importing 7000 bookmarks with tags+notes
webbla crashed at 4000. restart, crash at 6200. more than 6 hours have passed and we're not there yet

tag scrolling is ineffective with 2000+ tags

what is webbla for if not for massive bookmarking?
if you do less, go with shovebox. if you do more, try webnote

The only thing that I miss is the Delicious integration.

@brat : Not really. Still no tagging there.

ugh sorry guys, but looks like safari 4 will kill this app

Good visually, good for importing a library for del.icio.us, but it's really missing integration with FF and Safari.

I just miss a Delicious.com support

This application is fantastic for organizing bookmarks. Easily tag and search and organize into folders, but also get visual reminders of what exactly you were looking at.