Linkman is a bookmark manager that efficiently organizes large numbers of bookmarks. Linkman directly integrates with Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera browsers, and supports many other browsers. Synchronizing bookmarks between browsers and among computers is also possible. You get the choice to manage your bookmarks by keywords only, folders only, or folders and keywords. Linkman will extract keywords from web sites and update moved web addresses. The bookmark collection can be protected by a password. With a screenshot tutorial, an introduction video, and a comprehensive PDF manual, getting started has never been easier!
Let’s face it — the browser bookmark management was designed with the casual internet user in mind. But for some of us, links and bookmarks are a part of our daily work lives. Things start getting unwieldy and slow when our bookmarks start numbering in the thousands (and for some folks, even ten thousands!). But thanks to the bookmark manager Linkman, bookmark management is a joy! Linkman stores your bookmarks in local, extremely fast, easily backup-able XML databases, and is known for providing 15 years of high data security. Because of constant updates Linkman is the only bookmark manager to support the latest web browser editions.
With Linkman (both Lite and Pro editions) you can sync bookmarks across all of your browsers. If you add a new bookmark in one browser, for example Google Chrome, the bookmark becomes immediately synchronized, and you can access it through the Linkman Addons in Firefox, Internet Explorer, and the Opera browser. With Linkman Pro you get additionally support to sync your Linkman XML bookmark databases between different computers. You can use most of the free synchronization services. Linkman Pro has build-in support for Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Syncplicity, Sky Backups, FilesAnywhere, Backblaze, SpiderOak, KeepVault, Wuala, and several others.