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URL Manager Pro for Mac

01 April 2021

Bookmark manager.

What is URL Manager Pro for Mac

URL Manager Pro is the professional bookmark manager for Safari, Chrome, Chromium, Edge, Vivaldi, Opera, iCab, and Firefox browsers, making it easier to manage bookmarks.

This is a classic available since 1996, but now rewritten as a 64-bit Universal application. Supports Apple Silicon and Intel.

Features:
  • System-Wide Access: You can access your bookmarks in any application through a system menu.
  • Integration: You have access to your bookmarks from your browser's menu bar and from the macOS Dock.
  • Document Storage: Your bookmarks are stored in URL Manager Pro bookmark documents, which you can store and manipulate in the normal Mac way. No need to hunt for your bookmarks in preferences folders of browsers. You can make automatic periodic saves and make copies of bookmark documents on backup devices on each save.
  • History: You can surf the Web using several different browsers while URL Manager Pro will keep recording the History of each.
  • Importing and exporting bookmarks: The File menu gives you a list of all of the browsers that URL Manager Pro can import from and export to. It lets you 'harvest' bookmarks by scanning HTML and text files for bookmarks and URLs.
  • It lets you edit and organize bookmarks fast: You can use inline editing, label and colour your bookmarks.

What's new in URL Manager Pro

Version 5.8:
  • Support for Spotlight
  • Support for Drag-Select
  • Support for Save to HTML
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jamestbw2-s
jamestbw2-s
Oct 9 2019
4.6
5.0
Oct 9 2019
5.0
Version: 4.6
This is without a doubt the best bookmark manager ever created for the Mac. Been using it since the early 90's. Was going to hold off on OSX Catalina until I could find an adequate substitute. So far no luck. I am so happy to find out it is being further developed for release in October.
avenger-1
avenger-1
Jul 8 2015
4.4.5
1.5
Jul 8 2015
1.5
Version: 4.4.5
Since years is only the lowest level of support and development left. Questions aren't answered, even when problems occured. Any characters exceeding English are not supported and cause URLs not been opened. Many other issues. Updates of the OS also often make you stand out in the rain. Actually the support and development (also of Web Confidential) died long time ago. The author only just fiddles around a bit when forced to do so, making the App run at least on lowest gear and building a base to charge new customers. People better go searching a proper alternative ... if there is one.
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
Nov 17 2014
4.4
0.0
Nov 17 2014
0.0
Version: 4.4
Wow! I forgot about this application. I used to use it many moons ago. Nice to see it's still around.
anonymous-dingo-826
anonymous-dingo-826
Nov 17 2014
4.4
5.0
Nov 17 2014
5.0
Version: 4.4
Great update of an indispensable app I've been using for years—since well before OS X. Thanks to Alco for keeping it going.
Wts
Wts
Nov 17 2014
4.4
0.0
Nov 17 2014
0.0
Version: 4.4
This is a blast from the past that i used in my Mac OS 9 and prior and at that time Alco Bloom provided excellent help. Not so sure that URL Man is relevant or required these days since the major browsers can import bookmarks. Also twenty five bucks seems too much.
qb
qb
Jan 28 2014
4.2
0.0
Jan 28 2014
0.0
Version: 4.2
4.2 has been available since Aug-2012 direct from the developer's www site. The MU update is now the same 4.2 from that date. I can understand the developer might be very slow to notify MU of their updates. I do wish the bugs mentioned in Sep-2012 would be fixed including URLMP asking to Save Changes when no changes have been made.
qb
qb
Jan 24 2013
4.1.1
0.0
Jan 24 2013
0.0
Version: 4.1.1
I posted this to URLMP's Discussion list almost 3 weeks and as no response there I will cross post here: ------------- I have problems with URL MP 4.2.4 and SN 10.8.2 identical to ones mentioned by others. First picking a single URL or "Open in Tabs" from the Menu bar icon results in nothing happening in Safari. Does not matter if I have a Safari window open or not. Second - most time when I startup my Mac Pro in the morning URLMP shows the partially drawn window (I read this is a history window) plus my URLs. It will not hide and if I QUIT it asks to SAVE CHANGES even though no changes have been made. I've had these for a few releases and keep updating URLMP in hopes of a fix. However nothing seems to be forthcoming in recent months. thanks
Whiterock
Whiterock
Jul 12 2012
4.1.1
4.0
Jul 12 2012
4.0
Version: 4.1.1
Version 4.1.1 still has not addresses the 800 pound gorilla. If you load UMP on startup, you have an annoying problem at shutdown. You have to be sitting there at your computer to tell UMP to save (or not) even though there were no changes. If you just walk away, your computer will refuse to shut down. This does not happen every time, making the problem even worse. Alco, please fix this glaring problem and don't release another paid "upgrade" without major changes.
MacCrack™
MacCrack™
Jul 3 2012
4.1
4.0
Jul 3 2012
4.0
Version: 4.1
Version 4.1 brings back the "Save to Browser" option that allows you to save your bookmarks to all your browsers so for me URL Manager is the number one bookmark manager again like it always used to be since way back in the nineties. It's easy to use, very intuitive and comes with a good manual that you hardly need to use.
MacCrack™
MacCrack™
Sep 8 2011
4.0.1
4.0
Sep 8 2011
4.0
Version: 4.0.1
Still useless to me because there isn't a decent way to write the edited bookmarks back to your browser(s). The Export function doesn't do this. Back in the old days there used to be a menu option "Save to browser" but it was removed. Maybe the developer doesn't like the extra work that maintaining this function brings with it?
22duke
22duke
Aug 20 2011
4.0.1b2
0.0
Aug 20 2011
0.0
Version: 4.0.1b2
Hi Alco, Could you let us know what you road map for URL manager pro is? Is this just a lion compatibility update and you go back to sleep? Will you improve this further, update the UI, ad new features? This would be great to know before forking out money again for your neglected software? Thanks
Ronl
Ronl
Aug 15 2011
4.0b4
5.0
Aug 15 2011
5.0
Version: 4.0b4
New update for Lion on the Apple Store for $15.00 until September.
Frankeed
Frankeed
Aug 5 2011
4.0b4
0.0
Aug 5 2011
0.0
Version: 4.0b4
I have 3.5b10 on Snow Leopard. The program hasn't had any added features for years and apparently it's never going to make it out of beta. Now the developer wants $15 so it will run on Lion. From what I can see, v4 adds no new features, just makes it Lion compatible. I think I'll give it a miss.
MacCrack™
MacCrack™
Jul 23 2011
4.0b4
4.0
Jul 23 2011
4.0
Version: 4.0b4
Totally useless because the Menu option "Save to Browser" is removed. How am I supposed to write my managed bookmarks back to my different browsers?
RunTime
RunTime
Jul 22 2011
4.0b4
0.0
Jul 22 2011
0.0
Version: 4.0b4
http://www.url-manager.com/intel.html
Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
Jul 21 2011
4.0b4
1.0
Jul 21 2011
1.0
Version: 4.0b4
Just tried it (from main site.. version 4 is not on here yet..). Looks so 1998.. nothing new.. buggy, unable to import Bookmarks.. Ok.. it is truly dead. Too bad. I was hoping for a revival. It sure ain't that. If this all Alco has to offer.. I say.. "Zombie.. go back to the land of the undead.. but away from here". Major disappointment after two minutes of hope.
Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
Jul 21 2011
4.0b4
1.0
Jul 21 2011
1.0
Version: 4.0b4
WOW.. I was just trying Webbla (akward).. finding Bookmacster a little annoying to use for organizational purposes even if it synchs beautifully... and boom what do I see.. my ex-lover is back ;-) I spent years with URL Manager Pro.. way back.. will try it again.. GREAT NEWS.. I THINK.. I HOPE !!! MISSED YA' !!! REALLY !!!
Danlfsmith
Danlfsmith
Jul 21 2011
4.0b4
3.5
Jul 21 2011
3.5
Version: 4.0b4
Nice to have URL Manager Pro back. After a couple of years of no support, the developer is creating a Lion-ready Intel version of this program that keeps a unified collection of bookmarks that you access from the menu bar for use in any browser. This is the beta version, but it works well in my tests.
MarketingBiz
MarketingBiz
Jan 3 2011
3.5b10
0.0
Jan 3 2011
0.0
Version: 3.5b10
Product works as a stand alone. On an Intel MacPro running 10.6.5 I still use it (version 3.5.b11) successfully with Safari 5.03, Firefox 3.6, Opera, Camino, Omniweb, Chrome and others when last checked. Sometimes you do have to drag the desired new web address to the area on URL Manager you desire and vice versa. An update for some functionality is very warranted despite its last update date. I've found if you are not loyal to one browser platform this has no peer so bookmarks don't require an import-export hassle depending on browser use.
Jfm
Jfm
Jun 14 2009
3.5b10
0.0
Jun 14 2009
0.0
Version: 3.5b10
It is important to know that URL Manager Pro does NO LONGER WORK WITH SAFARI 4. It cannot export to Safari 4 and actually deletes the existing bookmarks from Safari 4. Be warned, and let's hope that the developer will issue a new version soon. For the time being, I have found the following trick for exporting from URL Manager Pro to Safari 4: 1) export to Camino (one of the few browsers for which the export still seems to work fine); 2) then use BookIt (or buy it, in case you do not have it already); 3) use BookIt for exporting from Camino to Safari. It works - at least a temporary substitute...
Salparadise
Salparadise
May 26 2008
3.5b10
0.0
May 26 2008
0.0
Version: 3.5b10
I've been using URL Manager Pro for more than a decade and it has been excellent. Sad to say that it's time to look for something 21st century. This app is still not universal- runs under Rosetta. It needs a modern interface, tagging and smart folders and sophisticated searching. I think the most significant improvement is that he finally got tired of having to support difficulties of password expiration, which i never understood. The problem with it is that it relies on a conventional folder structure and remembering where a bookmark is located. What worked with a few hundred bookmarks just doesn't work when the number increase exponentially. Drilling down through a folder structure, guessing where i might have place a bookmark in order to locate it is a pre OS X strategy that has been replaced the modern environment with multi-level search using smart folders tagging and multiple search criteria with a quick, intuitive interface. If Alco would just redesign UMP so that it's as effective in today's context as it was in the previous millennium i'd buy it again. But for now i just have to get away from conventional folder structures, mousing to place and retrieve and relying on my own memory to make such a system effective. and, UMP doesn't generate valid .xbel files that will import into other bookmark apps (they aren't valid, have errors). portability of data is essential. I really wish I could just pay Alco for a good update rather than having to search for something new.
Hmac
Hmac
Mar 6 2008
3.5b10
0.0
Mar 6 2008
0.0
Version: 3.5b10
Is anyone else having trouble downloading this app? i can't get thru to the ftp in any way, shape or form (tried diff ftp clients, no luck). assume there is a demo/trial, yes? Is there an http download connection by any chance? thank you
Xanthippe
Xanthippe
Feb 20 2008
3.5b10
0.0
Feb 20 2008
0.0
Version: 3.5b10
I have been using this almost as long as I have been on the internet. i.e. for more than 10 years. It has never let me down. Of course I have been wondering why no updates have appeared (apart from those that made it compatible with the latest OS and browser versions) - but then: it didn't really need improving. It has always done all I wanted it to do. I've always had all my bookmarks in all my browsers - and as a web developer I have plenty.
Ronl
Ronl
Feb 19 2008
3.5b10
5.0
Feb 19 2008
5.0
Version: 3.5b10
I think it's unfair for some reviewers to complain because this hasn't been updated. How many apps can you think of that would have worked fine through all of the OS X updates? NONE! Thanks Alco! And WebConfidential also is working fine.
Espiridion
Espiridion
Feb 18 2008
3.5b10
5.0
Feb 18 2008
5.0
Version: 3.5b10
I don't like rating beta versions, but given the previous review I'll add my rating. I've used this software for years. Right now I'm using 3.4.4 which is from late 2005. Beta versions for URL manager Pro 3.5 have been around at least since May of 2006 (3.5b2). Version 3.5 is a FREE UPGRADE for URL Manager Pro 3.x users, btw. 3.4.4 works fine for my needs, along with WebConfidential. I do have other similar programs (e.g., Bookdog, 1Password) but URL Manger Pro and WebConfidential have never let me down. 3.5b10 was released on Feb 7, 2008. The previous beta version is from January 10, 2008. The three years between this beta and the previous beta look more like one month to me. On the rare occasion when I have needed support, it was as simple as emailing Alco. I have other programs that get updated very frequently, sometimes on a monthly or weekly basis. I'm actually glad that URL MP has worked as expected since I purchased it, and I have not needed any update to make it work for me. And again, if I needed something or had an issue with the software, the solution is as easy as contacting Alco. The previous 2-star rating and the weak argument presented should not prevent users from giving this a try. It's actually pretty good software.
StrictlyBagel
StrictlyBagel
Feb 18 2008
3.5b10
2.0
Feb 18 2008
2.0
Version: 3.5b10
Too little too late. I cannot believe that after almost 3 years the developer releases a beta that picks up where the other beta left so long ago. I'm disappointed and have moved on to BookIt, which I can wholeheartedly recommend. WebConfidential and URLManagerPro have gone the way of the Dodo.
BrentB
BrentB
Dec 29 2007
3.4.4
0.0
Dec 29 2007
0.0
Version: 3.4.4
It's disappointing to me; I used this software for years. That is, up until I paid for Bookit yesterday. Updates and information used to come out regularly, but then one day it's as if everything related to URLMP just froze. Is Alco OK? (I ask that without sarcasm.) I agree with the previous posts that just a quick update would go a long way. It might have kept me from switching. While I might be using other software (for now), I don't want to see URLMP abandoned, but instead revived and improved.
Iamdorian
Iamdorian
Dec 21 2006
3.4.4
0.0
Dec 21 2006
0.0
Version: 3.4.4
I am probably not alone in wishing that this developer let us all know if development will ever be continued on this great program, or not. It's starting to look like the next alternative is going to be Bookdog (curently at v3.11.23), which is sad considering the potential shown by this application. So, how's about some good news for 2007? (disheartened user)
Cogitoergomac
Cogitoergomac
Aug 29 2006
3.4.4
0.0
Aug 29 2006
0.0
Version: 3.4.4
I love URLMP. Even with its antiquated look, it still blows the other bookmark managers away. I tried iURL and WebnoteHappy [which is pretty good, but is too tied to del.icio.us and might have the world's dumbest name for an app], and while each has something to commend it, they still do not match URLMP. The good news is that there is a new beta in the works, and it is pretty nice. Here is what I think it needs: 1. stable menu bar controller; this is one of its greatest advantages; with the menu controller, URLMP feels like it is part of every app rather than a separate app; 2. automated sync/backup with .Mac and del.icio.us and Amazon web storage and anything else people might want, but not just one service 3. Quicksilver integration [this would rock]; 4. newer interface like WebnoteHappy, or other Mail imitators, or even mimic Quicksilver
Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
Jun 30 2006
3.4.4
1.0
Jun 30 2006
1.0
Version: 3.4.4
This used to be THE.., er "Graphic Converter" (yeah u know was around way back in the cave age) of the URL world. But sadly it has sort of taken a sabbatical smthg or other. I wish it'd come back, add support for DEVONAgent (my new find :-))) and NOT touch Unsanity's Haxies with a ten-foot pole for the little extramenu trick. Revamp the interface a tad and return to the spotlight where it should always have remained !!!!!!!! Hello wake up developper... You can return at numero UNO.
StrictlyBagel
StrictlyBagel
Feb 26 2006
3.4.4
2.0
Feb 26 2006
2.0
Version: 3.4.4
This used to be a “must-have application.” However, it has not been updated for a while and definitely needs updating. Not only does it look and feel old, it also is somewhat antiquated in its usability and level of integration with other applications. Written to developer Alco Blom at least twice with no reply. Alco used to fast and reliable in updating his apps... but whatever happened to him, I fear both URL-Manager and Web Confidential are dead in the water. Personally, I have started looking for alternatives such as BareBones’ excellent Yojimbo.
Kamaferro
Kamaferro
Jan 28 2006
3.4.4
0.0
Jan 28 2006
0.0
Version: 3.4.4
which other type of application similar to this is better iURL or Bookit ? Thanks
Guest
Guest
Oct 14 2005
3.4.4
1.0
Oct 14 2005
1.0
Version: 3.4.4
FOR GOD SAKE WHEN WILL YOU SUPPORT UNICODE ? Obsolescence App!
Guest
Guest
Jun 21 2005
3.4.2
1.0
Jun 21 2005
1.0
Version: 3.4.2
Tuesday, June 21, 2005 ~ 3:07:44 AM URL Manager Pro X 3.4.2 does not fully support TSM (Text Services Manager) and Input Methods used by TypeIt4Me. Email sent developer ignored.
Guest
Guest
May 28 2005
3.4.2
1.0
May 28 2005
1.0
Version: 3.4.2
URL Manager Pro is very much needed software, and Alco Blom deserves thanks from the entire Macintosh community for providing & developing it over the years! I've purchased both a Mac OS 9 and also a Mac OS X version during the past 5 or so years, & try using it frequently. But I have trouble understanding all the terms: things like "Shared Menus", Bookmark Menu Extras", etc. Whether that's my main problem is anyone's guess. Could the word usages of the terms in the manual be improved? I find the PDF manual only partly helpful. In the first place it seems way too long. And in the 2nd place, some definitions of terms are not entirely clear for me in places. I even tried re-editing the manual, just for myself, but other jobs take too much time,
Guest
Guest
Apr 30 2005
3.4.2
0.0
Apr 30 2005
0.0
Version: 3.4.2
Now redundant on MacOS 10.4 (Tiger)
Clytie
Clytie
Apr 15 2005
3.4.2
5.0
Apr 15 2005
5.0
Version: 3.4.2
An indispensable time-saver on any Mac, yet improves even more with each version. Best of breed. from Clytie
Guest
Guest
Jan 27 2005
3.4.1
1.0
Jan 27 2005
1.0
Version: 3.4.1
It still lacks Column view, its UI is cluttered with confusing options and seemingly unnecessary features, and worst of all, it uses Haxie in order to do Safari bookmark menu, which is a big no-no if you want a stable system. It doesn't work with iSync to do automatic synching with .Mac. It doesn't even automate synching among multiple browsers. If I have to do it manually I might as well just use import/export function built into most browsers. Lack of true Unicode support has been a major annoyance for many years now, yet the developer of this application has been utterly unable to address the issue. It's not good enough to have an application in several different language versions. Many international users use at least two languages, and in many cases they want to operate in English environment while also being able to use non-English characters in that environment, or visa versa. OS X itself does that very nicely, why shouldn't this application do the same? It doesn't take a miracle to do it if the base code is written properly. Overall, strongly recommended to avoid it at all cost.
Nano
Nano
Dec 29 2004
3.4.1
0.0
Dec 29 2004
0.0
Version: 3.4.1
I'm a longtime user of Alco's bookmark manager software, and would like to ask him a question about the documen-tation. To verify his e-mail address, I tried going to www.url-manager.com several days ago. The page would not load. Same result several times more recently. I'd be grateful to know his e-mail address.
Guest
Guest
Dec 23 2004
3.4.1
1.0
Dec 23 2004
1.0
Version: 3.4.1
Significant improvement, since it is now possible to put folders at the top for sorting: this provides much more clarity. Excellent! I hope that the next improvement will be an arrangement closer to Windows Explorer than to Apple's bookmarks, which would allow to navigate and move bookmarks from one category to another much more easily. This is what LinkStash has done (as a standalone bookmark manager) for PC users, and having used it during two years before switching to the Mac, I can say that it is definitely more convenient. Anyway, what is nice is to see how the developer of URL Manager Pro is constantly attempting to improve the product: thank you!
Guest
Guest
Dec 21 2004
3.4
1.0
Dec 21 2004
1.0
Version: 3.4
The best bookmark manager!
Guest
Guest
Dec 14 2004
3.4b6
1.0
Dec 14 2004
1.0
Version: 3.4b6
Been happy with it for a very long time. My biggest gripe is how it doesn't easily deal with exporting to or importing from various Mozilla-type browsers. It's not clear to me that it's keeping up with the latest changes.
JonStuck
JonStuck
Sep 9 2004
3.3.1
5.0
Sep 9 2004
5.0
Version: 3.3.1
I have used URL manager Pro since version 1.x. There is nothing better and the support is just as good. Please keep up the geat work.
Guest
Guest
Jul 7 2004
3.3
1.0
Jul 7 2004
1.0
Version: 3.3
I've been trying URLMP in successive versions under Mac OS 9 and X, and, for the life of me, have barely been able to understand how to make it work for me. Gordon
Guest
Guest
Jun 23 2004
3.3b4
1.0
Jun 23 2004
1.0
Version: 3.3b4
I've used URL Manager Pro for a year or so and I love it, it does everything I needed and looked for a long time to organize and quickly access my ever expanding lists of bookmarks. No matter which browser I used my bookmarks end up in URL Manager Pro. No more trying to managed and sync bookmarks and favorites lists in between differents browsers or trying to remember where a specific URL was saved. With URL Manager Pro thanks to the Search function it 's easy to find quickly a specific URL among a thousand bookmarks. All URL are saved on a file making it easy to backup on an external drive or Zip. URL lists are easy to organize in folders and sub folders, copy, delete, add notes and access from the Dock or the Menu. Also updates with improvements and added features are frequently available. If you need to make your life easy managing all your bookmarks, this is it !
Guest
Guest
Jun 22 2004
3.3b4
1.0
Jun 22 2004
1.0
Version: 3.3b4
You can go into all the yada, yada features, but basically it does what I need to get done. If you need to manage (beyond casual use) bookmarks, this is the application to use and support. It will get even better in time. End of story. Try it and see Adventures in time: http://homepage.mac.com/bobembry/free/invites/index.html
Guest
Guest
Jun 22 2004
3.3b4
1.0
Jun 22 2004
1.0
Version: 3.3b4
I've been using URL Manager Pro for a couple of years and am completely satisfied. It does everything I need and has never caused any problems.
Guest
Guest
Jun 22 2004
3.3b4
1.0
Jun 22 2004
1.0
Version: 3.3b4
I have tried, and paid for, just about every URL manager utility I have found over the last two years, looking for that perfect "cross-browser-central-repository-auto-updating-do-everything" URL manager. I haven't found the perfect one yet, but nothing else comes close to URLMP. BookIt? Please. BookIt doesn't manage anything, instead requiring you to do all the work. On top of that, it hasn't been kept up to date, while Alco has been releasing steady improvements to URLMP. I paid for BookIt early on, but every single time I add a bookmark in one browser, I have to go through the update process. Just plain dumb. Not with URLMP. Add a bookmark once, it is there for all of them. Improvements? Sure, it could use some UI improvements, and some of its power is obscured by complexity. Launchbar? Absolutely divine. But it doesn't replace a bookmark manager. It just makes it that much better.
Guest
Guest
Jun 6 2004
3.2
1.0
Jun 6 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2
No column view support. HORRIBLE Find function. Clumsy UI. Not worth paying for.
Guest
Guest
May 18 2004
3.2
1.0
May 18 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2
Anybody know how to disable this utility from opening in time when actual browser was activated? I ma trying hopelessly to disable it but NO luck! I am getting suicidal now about this issue. Otherwise application is great but this disable future, seams to NOT work.
Guest
Guest
May 17 2004
3.2
1.0
May 17 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2
have a look at bookit shareware $12 supports multibyte characters, I am still waiting for isync style book mark manager however.
Guest
Guest
May 8 2004
3.2b12
1.0
May 8 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2b12
I agree about the need for additional language support. I have bookmarks with titles in Japanese that get "garbaged" when imported to UMP. I'll wait for a version that works.
Guest
Guest
Apr 15 2004
3.2b12
1.0
Apr 15 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2b12
Listen " Asian Mac User" are you on drugs or what? Are you telling me, that every developer should speak 450 world languages? Or you do know them all! This small utility coming from small developer is absolutely awesome which make your comment absolutely idiotic!!! Again, this utility is completely indispensable for those who knows!
Guest
Guest
Feb 22 2004
3.2b9
1.0
Feb 22 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2b9
I like the lack of multiple language support. I am a registered user since OS 9, and highly recommend this application to anybody that has lots of bookmarks to manage.
Guest
Guest
Feb 21 2004
3.2b9
1.0
Feb 21 2004
1.0
Version: 3.2b9
Still no support for mutilanguage. I won't doubt URL Manager Pro is a feature rich application. But I'm talking about INTERNATIONAL network users for god sake. Don't forget there are more then 1/5 among the world population who speaks Chinese. And Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese are TWO DIFFERENT LANGUAGE. Why do you Westen people believe that every should English ? Why can't I learn and use more then two language ? Do you feel superior then the Asians when you offer the localized version ? Or you do not have the ability to deal with the language programming skill which you never cared before ? If I'm talking about some scientific applications, fine-arts applications, musical applications, I won't judge it with the same standard. But without multiple-language support, it is only a junk.
James
James
Feb 20 2004
3.2b9
4.5
Feb 20 2004
4.5
Version: 3.2b9
This is one of the best bookmark managers available in my opinion. I have tried manually managing my bookmarks, using some of the free stuff, etc. I have tried Filemaker DB's, but always they were to limited, to cumbersome, to limited or lacked some of the features I desired. This produce has almost all that I want or need. It also has things that I didn't know I wanted or needed and things that I probably will never use. Warning: If you only keep a few dozen to 50 - 100 or so bookmarks, you do not need this product. This product is for those of us who have accumulated hundreds or thousands of bookmarks and are anal enough to want to keep them validated and organized. For us, this product "worth its weight in gold." It now integrates with the two most popular Mac browsers, IE, and Safari, along with Mail and Entourage. It also works with many other browsers and mail programs. It sorts, organizers, libraries, indexes, validates, edits, and maintains bookmarks. It also does it easier and faster than most of the browsers and allows you to use a single set of bookmarks among multiple browsers. This is a product you do want to read the instructions on so that you don't miss out on the many features of it. It is loaded. You can use it without the manual but you will be "kicking yourself" for what you missed later. Support is good. Betas are not announced as the developer treats betas as true trial software. So if you want to try out new interim releases, you need to check MacUpdate or the website. A Bookmark librarian is a difficult product to write since everyone has their own idea what it should do, what features it should have, and how it should work. It also has to be compatible with a number of different products, given the variety of browsers in the marketplace. While not perfect, I believe URL Manager Pro is the standout product in its category.
Guest
Guest
Nov 3 2003
3.1
1.0
Nov 3 2003
1.0
Version: 3.1
I concur with reviewer above, that this software is not even a time limited demo(shareware ?), you spend time downloading … to discover the only thing you can actually do is try out their tutorial file. Without registration first you cannot import a single bookmark. The software looks like it might be the best of show, but you have to pay $25.00 to be sure. One hinderance with these utilitys is they sometimes get to big for there boots, in the sense this thing has more options than ayone would ever really need to use, ie … what should be a small utility, is attempting to be a full on application. When all i'm looking for is utility that provides me with a menu that has one selection that sais "sync all browser bookmarks". I guess you couldnt charge $25.00 for that though. Oh well i'll keep looking.
Guest
Guest
Oct 21 2003
3.1
0.0
Oct 21 2003
0.0
Version: 3.1
As a web site designer, I'm constantly switching from one browser to another. URL Manager has become indispensable over the years I've been using it. It lets me handle and organize my (way too huge) bookmark list with relative ease. I like the ability to color-code and annotate the bookmarks and folders. My only suggestion would be to add the ability to open sub-folders as separate windows to make dragging from one to the other easier when organizing.
Ron-West
Ron-West
Jun 8 2003
3.0.5
5.0
Jun 8 2003
5.0
Version: 3.0.5
Nothing but GREAT! Pay the shareware and ENJOY a great application!
Guest
Guest
Mar 22 2003
3.0.5
1.0
Mar 22 2003
1.0
Version: 3.0.5
The best bookmark management tool I've ever tried in MacOS 9. But in MacOS X that is not so good. I can't use foreign language unless I switch my whole system to that language. That's unacceptable. It's age of MacOS X now! People are using Unicode! So I switched to Bookmark Tool, which use Unicode.
Guest
Guest
Mar 14 2003
3.0.4
1.0
Mar 14 2003
1.0
Version: 3.0.4
Not sure why this is called shareware! Not even a functioning demo - How can it be evaluated if bookmarks cannot be imported! More like crippleware. May be a good program but I am not going to pay $25 to find out!
Koxinga
Koxinga
Nov 15 2002
3.0.3
0.0
Nov 15 2002
0.0
Version: 3.0.3
JEndhal: You will be happy to know that the latest nightly build of Chimera has added support (or at least partial support) for shared menus. They are working on it!
Jendahl
Jendahl
Oct 22 2002
3.0.1
4.5
Oct 22 2002
4.5
Version: 3.0.1
I'm also a long-time user, have found this to be the best URL manager available, and well worth the fee. Upgrades occur often and the product is stable. I'm *very happy* to see future support for Chimera in the list! Too bad more developers don't support the shared menus standard.
Guest
Guest
Jul 31 2002
3.0
1.0
Jul 31 2002
1.0
Version: 3.0
I've been using this since version 1. I couldn't get along without it.
Guest
Guest
Nov 11 2001
3.0b18
1.0
Nov 11 2001
1.0
Version: 3.0b18
The best internet application you will ever download. I have been using it for over two years and is a rock solid extremely stable program. I could not live without it !!!
Guest
Guest
Oct 28 2001
3.0b18
0.0
Oct 28 2001
0.0
Version: 3.0b18
Not all that fond of this app. Has is good points has it's bad ones. Would be a lot cooler if it was free.
Guest
Guest
Oct 26 2001
3.0b18
1.0
Oct 26 2001
1.0
Version: 3.0b18
URL Manager Pro is an indispensable part of any browsing experience.
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3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
License: 
PaidOne-Time Purchase

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