Import bookmark lists from popular web browsers
BookMacster is able to work with 3 popular web browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. The application will analyze the bookmarks list on its own, imports the entries, and then displays them in list or tree mode. Note that BookMacster must install a separate extension to be able to analyze the Firefox bookmarks list.
The best part is that you can decide to import / export data only from / to certain web browsers. From this point of view, BookMacster provides complete control over your data.
Clean up your bookmarks list in no time
BookMacster offers you the possibility to sort your entries by different criteria, enables you to group them by tags, allows you to add separators, and helps you find duplicate entries. Noteworthy is that you may also rearrange the websites in the list via drag and drop actions.
Moreover, BookMacster also provides customization options when dealing with the automatic syncing process: the app can monitor the web browsers and import any changes, and can directly export the list back if certain conditions are met. To avoid any issues, setting up a delay period for the syncing is advisable.
Resourceful solution for managing and organizing your bookmarks
BookMacster is a great tool to have around if you have large bookmarks lists that you need to organize: you can easily sort them by applying various rules, define specific groups, and even detect duplicates. Keep in mind that you can export the final list to all your browsers, so you will have access to the entire database, regardless of the client of choice.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on May 19th, 2014
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- Fixed a bug which caused BookMacster windows to hide immediately after landing a new bookmark from our toolbar button in Google Chrome, if the Inspector window was set to be shown upon such landing.
- Fixed a bug which sometimes caused not all tags to be exported to Firefox.
- When using File > Export to only > Choose File, if user chooses a folder which may have a POSIX permissions issue, the feature to try and authenticate the user has been removed. If permissions are insufficient, it fails and displays an error. (BookMacster had been attempting this unnecessarily in some cases; it had a bug which caused a crash in OS X Yosemite; and finally it was not working in recent versions of OS X due to changes in the security model by Apple. The Privileged Helper Tool which supported this feature has been removed from the BookMacster package.)
- In the Inspector window, if user abruptly leaves the Comments field by clicking a window in another application, the entered comments are now saved in the document and no longer vanish.
Application descriptionBookMacster allows you to organize your bookmarks, eliminate the duplicates and keep them sorted and synced between mu...