Tagged: bookmarking

Lookmark — Save iTunes Content for Later

Ever come across an iOS or Mac app that you want to download, but for some reason cannot download it at that very moment? How about that amazing new game that has just come out, but you’re out traveling and can’t spend your precious mobile data on downloading the 1GB+ file? Lookmark aims to makes this easy for you. Lookmark is an intelligently crafted iPhone app that helps you bookmark content from iTunes for later. It doesn’t just work with...

Stache for iPhone & iPad Updated for iOS 8

Stache is a visual bookmarking app that works seamlessly across your iPhone, iPad and Mac. We wrote about Stache back in May and I was very impressed with it. It works as a fantastic tool to bookmark your favorite websites or webpages quickly & easily. Today, the iOS version of Stache was updated for iOS 8 and brings a very nifty feature to your devices. Ever since I started using Stache, I found that I was using the Mac version...

Rego 2 — A Better Way to Bookmark Your Favorite Places

Back in 2013, we told you about this fantastic app called Rego. Rego offered a meticulously crafted UI that let you bookmark your favorite places into collections that you could refer later on. Back then, I wrote: I’m in love with the way every pixel in the iPhone app has been meticulously designed and crafted to perfect. The UI that Rego boasts is elegant and aesthetic, yet refreshing and modern. I also love the neat little icon that app has....

Pinner 3 for iOS 8

Although iOS has always had some of the best apps compared to other mobile platforms, most of these apps have had to use too many workarounds to get things done well. All that changed when Apple announced iOS 8. All these years, 3rd party apps for Pinboard have had to use things like Safari bookmarklets on iOS to make saving things easier. Pinner 3 by Sam Oakley is the first Pinboard app to take advantage of the new features available...

Stache — Visual Bookmarking App for iOS and Mac

The internet today has become an integral part of our daily lives. Every day, we come across several different websites and webpages through various sources. Some are sent to us by our friends or colleagues, some we find while spending time on Facebook or Twitter. It’s become nearly impossible to remember or recollect that one website that you visited several days ago. Most of us bookmark our frequently visited sites in our browser toolbar while some use services like Pinboard...