The internet is full of great content (and really bad content, too). When you’re browsing online, it’s easy to forget where you saw a statistic, image, or other piece of usable content.
And sure, you could always sift through your browser’s lengthy history to find them again. But after noticing that today’s date alone has 5 pages of results, you’ll probably wish you had some great bookmarking apps and tools that do the work for you.
That’s why we gathered 5 bookmarking apps and tools that help you keep track of what you see online, and that includes great content to share on your social media networks.
Top 5 Bookmarking Apps and Tools
Let’s take a look at 5 tools that have great features and usability to help you keep track of your content.
Dropmark is a Google Chrome extension in the form of a sidebar that allows you to drop content into a folder to be accessed later. It has the social element of letting you invite people at work if you’re collaborating on a project.
Flipboard lets you put interesting content that you customize into an easily readable and skim-friendly magazine-style layout. Include social media, news, and anything you find interesting or relevant. You can also send updates to your Apple Watch.
Dragdis is a visual tool. Another extension to Google Chrome, Dragdis lets you drag content to a folder you select. When you drag something, the sidebar will pop out and allow you to store info, links, and images in the folder you’ve selected.
MyWebRoom is a platform that also enables you to discover new content. It works by designing a virtual room for you to “store” your finds. Each object in your room is a digital a folder for different streams of constantly-updated content that is selected based on interests you input. The platform lets you invite others to check out your “room” and share your room designs with the community.
Ember takes screenshots that work together to help you keep track of great content you find online. You can take clippings of any webpage or photo you come across, internet or otherwise, and clip them to your Ember clipboard.
Since the internet is filled with more information than ever, it’s important to get a grip on good information while it’s in front of you by grabbing a screenshot of the most important part of the content.