Cloud Storage giant, Dropbox, has added a new feature to its web version and desktop app.
The service now lets users save URLs by dragging and dropping them on the Dropbox website or the desktop app.
This kind of acts like a bookmark manager, and may even serve as a bookmark manager. Personally I use the popular service Xmarks, which saves your bookmarks on its servers, and lets you sync them in various browsers across many platforms. But I still think Dropbox’s drag and drop may be useful, since you will be able to access the links in your mobile as well, (using the Dropbox app of course).
Another advantage in Dropbox’s bookmark feature, is [...]
Google Chrome’s old Bookmark Manager is back.
The Mountain View company has admitted defeat after users vented their frustration publicly.
Last year, the Mountain View company introduced a new bookmark manager in its popular desktop browser. This is what it looks like.
If you are an Android user, you may have seen a similar interface on your device or in some apps. The interface is called Material Design UI. Basically it uses flat icons, and solid colours, making the UI more pleasing to look at it.
The new bookmark manager also had some additional features including large Tiles, and a Search bar.
So why did people not like it. [...]