Symbaloo is a very simple - but effective - bookmarker for multi-platform bookmark site, Symbaloo.
If you're not aware of it, Symbaloo is a visual bookmarking site which, obviously enough, gives you access to your bookmarks. It's got apps for iOS and Android, and aims to let you sync your bookmarks wherever you go.
As you might have guessed, Symbaloo allows you to add new bookmarks with a simple click. The extension icon appears in the top right of your browser. When you find a page you want to bookmark, just click. The Symbaloo Bookmarker tool will open up, allowing you to name the bookmark, choose an icon, a color and preview the whole bookmark in real time. Then just hit Create your Bookmark and next time you visit Symbaloo, it will be there.
What's not to like about Symbaloo? Well, nothing. It's discreet, functional and works well. The only downside is that you have to be logged into Symbaloo to save anything, so you can't create a "freestanding", temporary bookmark page.
The main issue is with the Symbaloo service itself. Although the browsers and mobile apps are slick, the bookmark homepage is ugly, unprofessional and littered with bad grammar and translation mistakes. In all, it isn't really an app we'll be using any time soon.
Symbaloo web browser. We're not that impressed with the bookmarking service itself, though.