Webbla
Webbla
1.6.5

3.6

Webbla free download for Mac

Webbla1.6.5

23 September 2015

A visual bookmark manager.

Overview

Webbla allows you to organize your Bookmarks visually with Delicious and Pinboard support.

If you like to handle your music and photos with iTunes and iPhoto, Webbla is the right application to handle your bookmarks.

Webbla is a modern bookmark manager that helps you in organizing your bookmarks visually. It also offers you an easy way to keep track of website updates. Instead of remembering your bookmarks by title, Webbla gives you a new way to remember them visually. Personalizing your bookmarks with tags or keeping them in different categories will help you to come back to them easily.

Browser compatibility:
Define your own shortcuts to add bookmarks from your Web browser to Webbla. Customizable Web browser scripts make it easy to open bookmarks in different ways with all applications supporting AppleScript.

Over standard HTML bookmark files you can import and export your bookmarks to and from Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb, Opera, Safari, and more.

OS X System integration:
Webbla support Spotlight, Cover Flow and Quick Look, so you can easily find and preview your bookmarks with the Finder.

What's new in Webbla

Version 1.6.5:
  • Added: OS X 10.11 El Capitan compatibility.
  • Other bug fixes and improvements.

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48 Reviews of Webbla

2.5
winofigments
23 January 2011
Version: 1.4.7

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I had high hopes for this program but after playing around with it for a day, I essentially find it useless for my needs. This program is worth no more than $10. The Pros: I can annotate each bookmark to my heart's delight with tags and notes (I have approximately 4500 bookmarks). I can import my bookmarks from Safari. And I can make smart collections. Other Feedback: There's List View and Grid View. There is no Cover Flow feature. As other reviewers have complained, the screen captures for each site are too blurry. But the main reason I find the program useless is for the features it lacks. It lacks foresight to think that a user would want to switch back and forth between two programs to click and navigate to bookmarked sites. If I use the Webbla Safari extension bookmarklet to add and annotate a new site...that's great...but how do I get it back or at least have access to it again in Safari? I use Safari's Bookmark Bar quite often for the sites I frequent the most. The bar is organized in logical folders with quick access. Webbla basically suggests that I forget about the bookmark bar, click over to the Webbla app from Safari, and look for an equivalent folder collection with, let's say, my Facebook login page. It's totally counterintuitive and tedious. Ideally, the two apps need to be synched up with an understanding that Safari relies on folders and nesting, while Webbla is structured by smart folders, folders, and tags. But without this integration, Webbla becomes a chore. Webbla also lacks the features found on Bookdog, like sorting, verifying, and analyzing duplicates. Using Webbla in List View mode, if I sort by the Page column, the bookmarks are not in proper alphabetical order. It seems like they want to be, but it's not exactly correct. When you re-import bookmarks from Safari, Webbla only updates the changes instead of re-importing everything again. That's good, but if you delete a bookmark in Safari, then re-import again into Webbla, Webbla doesn't delete the bookmark from the previous import. Webbla creates a new collection folder for the new import, so you have to delete the old folder from a prior import. For now, the program isn't very useful because of the lack of true integration with a browser and because of other lacking features mentioned above. I might use it simply as a standalone program--occasionally reimporting my Safari bookmarks--to tag and get a better view of my bookmarks, hopefully to integrate more solidly upon future releases.
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3.5
fabiorico
07 June 2016
Version: 1.6.5
This app is a great idea for people who has well developed visual memory. It can be really a solution to handle with bookmarks in your browser if you don't have a plenty of them. Otherwise you have to scroll on and on to find the requested link. The longer you do this the more difficulties it brings to recognize the right bookmark. I faced such a problem having over hundred bookmarks in my browser. Anyway, the app gives you a chance to compare both ways and choose the more convenient for you.
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Jazzyguy
09 May 2015
Version: 1.6.2
It does not work in 10.6.8
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JamesHarrisPhoto
08 May 2015
Version: 1.6.2
To the developer: I couldn't find out how to do this on your website, but I have an older license file for and earlier version of Webbla 1.x, but this new version requires an email address and a serial number. Is there a way to apply the license file to get the current version licensed?
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josehill
25 April 2015
Version: 1.6.2
Version 1.6.1 worked very nicely on my MacBookPro2,2. Unfortunately, version 1.6.2 won't even launch on that machine.
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csaborio
18 February 2015
Version: 1.6.1
I've just bookmarked Bob Loblaw's Blog using Webbla.
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4
dabcca
04 January 2015
Version: 1.6.1
Works well. An iOS counterpart would be nice!
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5
Jazzyguy
29 November 2014
Version: 1.6.1
I have been a licensee of Webbla for many years and I am glad I have it. It is a great application.I am glad it is now available in Yosemite. Nothing is comparable to it. 5 Stars for sure.
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Fishscale
05 January 2014
Version: 1.5.6
Mr. developer. Please explain the status of this application as I am completely beside myself with confusion as to whether it is alive, you answering Aargi suggests so, or if it is defunct, your release schedule or lack of anything even minor in over 2 years tells me the app is dead in the water. Last Released Version: Webbla Version 1.5.2 Release Notes - Dezember 9th, 2011 Current date: 05-Jan-2014 On your blog I also saw a post about a new version with screenshots supposedly coming and that was 8+ months ago with no answer. What is the status, once and for all please! We love the app, hate the angst in not knowing whether to look for alternatives. I'll be a guinea pig beat tester if you need, I just want an update! Cheers, happy new year!
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Aargl
06 September 2013
Version: 1.5.6
Well, I haven't done a thorough test, but just the fact that in 2013 you have to export your bookmarks to an html file from a browser, then import it into Webbla, instead of simply chosing a browser from which to import (as in Bookdog or Bookmacster, or even the old Bookit) is enough to make me sad... :-( Add a real sync with current browsers and this app may become a best-seller. ;-)
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joe-exp
06 January 2013
Version: 1.5.6
Best Bookmark managing software out there.
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Caryblack
21 February 2012
Version: 1.5.4
I want to like and use this application so badly, but I have been unable to use it in any way since I've purchased it. I think the premise is brilliant, but once I fire up the application, everything freezes, the beach ball appears and I'm left to force quit the application. I don't know how to evaluate the program if it's completely unusable. I purchased the MAS version, realizing pinboard was not supported. I contacted the developer, he was extremely helpful in providing a license to use the beta version that does support pinboard. Maybe it's because I have over 10K bookmarks to import that causes it to hang, but I have no clue how to work around that. I want to like this so badly, but I may have to go back to Delibar in order to access my bookmarks again.
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dwp-1
16 February 2012
Version: 1.5.4
I also wanted to like this app but it doesn't seemly integrate nicely with Safari. It's like running two different applications and cumbersome. Would like to get a refund because I used it for a day and then trashed it. This does not mean that it won't work for others. It just doesn't fir my way of bookmarking. I went back to Little Bookmark.
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2.5
Broz
04 February 2012
Version: 1.5.2
I wanted to like this app, but it has really given me more grief than save me time. When I use it, Webbla spends a lot of time spinning. I has not, however, crashed. When I first started using it, I imported a LOT of URLs. Webbla spun and spun and spun. It hogged the CPU, and the fans on my MBP were doing their best to keep the machine cool. I let it run for at least 30 minutes, and it did finish. I might have force quit another app, but this one was not officially "unresponsive" in Activity Monitor. It was unresponsive for my use till it finished doing whatever it was doing. This app is not Bookdog, or Bookmacster. Those two apps have their own issues (UI is horrible), but they do sync up bookmarks from all your browsers. Webbla is a stand alone URL keeper thingy. The description on Macupdate, and on the developer website might make that clearer. It's accurate, but incomplete (in my opinion). Webbla will import URLs from browsers (tho not directly from Chrome). You can use it to arrange your URLs and tag them. You cannot then pop the nicely arranged and tagged bookmarks back into your browser. The tagging is quite handy. The collections you can create are useful. The smart collections are also useful in a different way. The documentation needs editing. I find bad English and misspelled words. There are no excuses for this. This is relatively costly software, and my expectations are for professional documentation. I hope the developer takes the money I gave him for purchase and continues to improve the product. It has a lot going for it, but has a long way to go.
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anonymous-buzzard-3462
12 January 2012
Version: 1.5.2
Webbla in Mac App Store is still at 1.4.9 of March 2011, while this version is at 1.5.2 and also got an 1.5.1 update. When is it going to be updated?
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sjk
11 November 2011
Version: 1.5.0.26
"Open Meta Support" sounds to me more like open support for the Meta app (http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/35118/meta) than OpenMeta (http://code.google.com/p/openmeta) metadata support.
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5
Jazzyguy
30 August 2011
Version: 1.5.0.22
Good App. Excellent support!
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Maclover1-1
21 July 2011
Version: 1.5.0.20
Mixed feelings.. could be great.. from its visual standpoint.. but I find it awkward.. I'd like the left sidebar to show me a tree view "FinderPop-style... as I have folders within folders (I imported loads of Bookmarks form Safari.. I mean loads..).. and be able to show folders at a chosen size... Way too big for me.. Also I'd like to only see first level bookmarks at the top level of a folder.. some contain folders and "loose" bookmarks and makes it hard for me to know which are at top level (even though "show subfolder content" is deactivated... isn't that what it is supposed to do.. only show top level.. well it does not work..). Also when I drag several bookmarks to another folder/collection, the cursor turns into a plus sign automatically.. but I want to move them not copy them most likely, for organizational purposes.. copying should require an Option Key press as any copying in the Finder.. Also only one collection/folder can be handled at once.. impossible to select several at the same time to move them.. Impossible to alphabetize the oder of top level folders.. they need to be moved manually one by one.. A lot of things that to me look not well thought-out.. Bookmacster is ugly as sin.. but much more realistic in terms of large amounts of Bookmarks to handle.. Too bad I've ben following Webbla's progress but cannot use it for my purposes :-( The best was URL-Manager Pro way back when.. but it died :-( And no-one made a better one yet.
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5
Jazzyguy
25 May 2011
Version: 1.5.0.20
The Developer is very responsive and helped me to solve the problem on my iMac. Apparently it tried to load the old version. Probably a problem with sparkle,in any event I like this app and I am giving it 5 stars.
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Jazzyguy
19 May 2011
Version: 1.5.0.20
Webbla runs great on my PPC 12" Powerbook. Just strange that it doesn't on my new iMac.
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Jazzyguy
19 May 2011
Version: 1.5.0.20
OK I downloaded it again. Same results. Spinning Beachball and I had to force quit. 1.4.9 runs great on my new iMac with 8GB of memory and I7 processor.
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Jazzyguy
19 May 2011
Version: 1.5.0.20
I used Sparkle to update but I had to force quit twice. I put 1.49 back and it works fine. I don't know what is wrong with the new version.
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Bnax
28 March 2011
Version: 1.4.9
I want to express my deep & sincere appreciation to all the folks who took time to post here. I was about to buy at the Mac App Store, but was spooked by the lack of reviews. Decided to check here. The dev's comment below that some posts are more relevant to troubleshooting, as opposed to a review, are off base. Every post I've studied here proved material to my purchasing decision -- in this case, NOT to buy. It's good to know that version 1.5 has been promised for years, with little to no genuine feedback from the dev. I'm posting simply to assure the dev: all commentary counts, and you've lost potential sales as a direct result. Your statements, in particular, Dev, confirm the wisdom of avoiding all your apps.
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2.5
winofigments
23 January 2011
Version: 1.4.7
I had high hopes for this program but after playing around with it for a day, I essentially find it useless for my needs. This program is worth no more than $10. The Pros: I can annotate each bookmark to my heart's delight with tags and notes (I have approximately 4500 bookmarks). I can import my bookmarks from Safari. And I can make smart collections. Other Feedback: There's List View and Grid View. There is no Cover Flow feature. As other reviewers have complained, the screen captures for each site are too blurry. But the main reason I find the program useless is for the features it lacks. It lacks foresight to think that a user would want to switch back and forth between two programs to click and navigate to bookmarked sites. If I use the Webbla Safari extension bookmarklet to add and annotate a new site...that's great...but how do I get it back or at least have access to it again in Safari? I use Safari's Bookmark Bar quite often for the sites I frequent the most. The bar is organized in logical folders with quick access. Webbla basically suggests that I forget about the bookmark bar, click over to the Webbla app from Safari, and look for an equivalent folder collection with, let's say, my Facebook login page. It's totally counterintuitive and tedious. Ideally, the two apps need to be synched up with an understanding that Safari relies on folders and nesting, while Webbla is structured by smart folders, folders, and tags. But without this integration, Webbla becomes a chore. Webbla also lacks the features found on Bookdog, like sorting, verifying, and analyzing duplicates. Using Webbla in List View mode, if I sort by the Page column, the bookmarks are not in proper alphabetical order. It seems like they want to be, but it's not exactly correct. When you re-import bookmarks from Safari, Webbla only updates the changes instead of re-importing everything again. That's good, but if you delete a bookmark in Safari, then re-import again into Webbla, Webbla doesn't delete the bookmark from the previous import. Webbla creates a new collection folder for the new import, so you have to delete the old folder from a prior import. For now, the program isn't very useful because of the lack of true integration with a browser and because of other lacking features mentioned above. I might use it simply as a standalone program--occasionally reimporting my Safari bookmarks--to tag and get a better view of my bookmarks, hopefully to integrate more solidly upon future releases.
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mpiekielnik
14 January 2011
Version: 1.4.7
Wanted to try clean my bookmarks with Webbla, but... No luck. First - there are "some" limitations in trial period over 50 bookmarks. I do not know what this limitations are, because Webbla just hangs processing my bookmarks. I can't go through initial process of thumbnailing, so I can't really say if this app is really helpful with what it is meant to. It would be also nice to add some wizard helping to import bookmarks from browsers. Some less geeky users may have problems with that.
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Dave667
13 January 2011
Version: 1.4.7
I really like this app, it has a lot of potential. The quick look feature is great for remembering what website it was again without actually have to launch it. Importing bookmarks was a breeze in my case. But I also have to agree with a comment posted here: the fonts and thumbnails are a bit blurry. I really hope the developer fixes this in a future update. For me it's a bit disappointing because this is the main feature or purpose of the application. And the ability to change fontsize should be made possible, at least for the price you pay (and I did :-) ) Secondly when activating a bookmark Safari opens with my homepage first and then goes to the site I want, in less than a second or so but still, I think it should open directly the site I was looking for. Just a little constructive criticism! ;-) But so far it's the best bookmark manager for me. I give it a 4 star rating cose I really love the look and feel of the app. No 5 star because of the reasons mentioned above. I certainly would suggest to try it, I did and bought it within the hour with hope for adjustments and new features in the future. 4 out of 5!!
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celmaro
22 December 2010
Version: 1.4.7
We have just added Pinpoard support in Webbla private beta 10. If you are a Pinboard user and interested in the private beta let us know.
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Bobzozus
24 July 2010
Version: 1.4.3
I had the same problem when downloading version 1.4.3. It wouldn't open. However, I sent an email to support- and, they got back to me the next day. Apparently, the 1.4.3 version is compiled as a 64-bit application- which has not opened on some systems. They directed me to this site- for version 1.4.2. It works! I'm a happy camper again. So, I give their Tech support an A+! However, they should have made note on this site (and others) of the potential difficulty with version 1.4.3. Or, waited to release it until it worked on all Intel systems running Leopard.
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Mikilc
19 July 2010
Version: 1.4.3
The download link yields a version which fails to open on my pretty up to date desktop.
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celmaro
29 May 2010
Version: 1.4.3
Delicious support will come very soon. If you are interested to see how it will work and what we have done check out our preview at http://tinyurl.com/3y85a7m and let us know what you think.
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Tigerchicken
16 February 2010
Version: 1.4.3
Is this still being developed? No comment from dev on my last post 3 weeks ago....
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Tigerchicken
25 January 2010
Version: 1.4.3
Where's 1.5? It's been promised for ages and ages! I was hoping that this might be the solution to the age old bookmark problem i.e. synching between browsers and between macs on a network (and maybe even delicious?) If it could do all that I'd go all starry eyed and gooey. But it can't. So come on developer - where are the features we all need? There's no other app like (apart from a few dead floaters in the water) so now is your chance to corner the market!
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Maclover1-1
17 January 2010
Version: 1.4.3
Crashes when I try to import my exported Safari Bookmarks., I have yet to find a good bookmark manager for mutliple browsrs... Boodog and its upcoming replacement Bookmacster are not my cup of tea, ugly.. way too ugly for a Macuser lol
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StrictlyBagel
01 August 2009
Version: 1.4.2
Great app... if only it would provide syncing with Del.ico.us! The feature has been blatantly overlooked.
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Edgarcabrera
18 April 2009
Version: 1.4.1
I'm testing this application, but the tags disappear and it's impossible to use them to sort bookmarks. I'm using 10.5.6
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Michel-Tribet
15 April 2009
Version: 1.4
Where is, in 1.4, the CoverFlow view ? How can I activate it ? Because it seems to have disappeared from Webbla, I am really sad !
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Hal0thane
21 March 2009
Version: 1.3.1
This is such a fabulous app. It's beautiful, sleek, elegant, and sexy. It's a great way to manage your bookmarks (favorites) offline. What it is NOT is an application that interfaces with any of the popular social bookmarking sites, such as Delicious, StumbleUpon, and so forth. For someone who has been storing bookmarks in Delicious for 3+ years, this is essential functionality to any application I regularly use. Having said that, though, Webbla also makes a great backup repository for me. And for those who don't use social bookmarking, Webbla imitates the same functionality (most notably, tagging) for a single user. Webbla does, in fact, import one's Delicious tags and notes when importing from Delicious--making the process that much easier.
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Mar6473
17 March 2009
Version: 1.3
Why is the bookmark font so blurry? This is a nice app but a few basic things like quicklook and an option to adjust the font would be really practical.
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Ang
17 March 2009
Version: 1.3
Multi tagging is added... great !
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Ang
17 March 2009
Version: 1.3
First, Webbla is great ! What is needed : -foxmark sync ! -firefox sync ! -the database on multiple files (for dropbox each time i add just one bookmark it's about sync the whole database bookmark !) -the ability to choose the size of capture screen ! -the ability to tag multiple bookmarks at once ! Thnak you
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Jo*
21 January 2009
Version: 1.2.3
This is such a cool app.! Bought it today on a MUPromo. Exactly what I was looking for. A godsend when you are looking for a specific webpage that you can only remember by its look and search terms didn't help. My bookmark-collection consists of +2,500 bookmarks (pretty well sorted) an they were imported in less than 10 minutes on a MacBook Pro 2.33Ghz. The only drawback is the manual import from Safari. But you can add a button to your favorite browser (in my case that works in Safari) where you can add bookmarks directly to Webbla. What I haven't figured out yet is why some bookmark-icons only display a black "@"-square whereas others automatically show as thumbnails (the ones that don't show can be manually refreshed though and then correctly display the thumbnail preview). Maybe the developers can help me out. Preferences are set to "Added bookmarks are marked as check: Once per session". I'd definetly gave it an overall 5-star-rating if automatic syncing with Safari would be included (hint hint :-) to the devs). Keep up the great work... Jo
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E-
10 November 2008
Version: 1.2.1
This app is shaping up quite nicely. I started with the previous version and had no problem importing my thousands of bookmarks. The new bookmarklets and global hotkeys features are already second nature to me (after just one day) and really a pleasure to use. Webbla wouldn't be for everybody and it is overpriced IMO, but if you are visually oriented, give this a try - the thumbnails have jogged my memory on a daily basis :)
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::mile::
03 August 2008
Version: 1.0.2
This ist still far from being there yet -- even though 1.0.2 finally managed to import my bookmarks correctly... Actually it feels more like a beta than something I would be willing to pay 15 $ for...! The features are pretty basic, even though the preview option is kinda nice... I guess I was trying to like Webbla, but I'll probably have to wait for it to mature into a useful app -- right now it's more of a gimmick...
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Hobojoe
29 July 2008
Version: 1.0.2
This is an update to my comments below. I am in no way associated with the developer, and am only being so verbose because this application is something I've been looking for for a long time. I did hear back from the developer within the 3 days promised with helpful info. I went ahead and purchased the app, and this review is based on 1.0.2. They got the Safari import fixed. It's manual, meaning you have to export your bookmarks from Safari, and then import them into Webbla. It keeps any folder structure you may have created in Safari, and brings in your Bookmarks Bar as well. The developer said they're hoping to include sync with Safari by 1.1. I had nearly 5500 bookmarks (crazy...), and it did take a while for them to import into Webbla. I can't tell you exactly how long, because I walked away from my computer, and when I came back, there was a dialogue box asking for permission to tap into a keychain item for a password-protected site (Screencasts Online). I don't know how long the dialogue box was sitting there. I would guess it took about 2 hours to process all of the bookmarks, which means the app goes to each page and gets a snapshot of it. With about 350 left, the app did hang, pegging CPU usage at 99%, and taking up about 650 MB of RAM. I force-quit the application, and when I re-opened it, it picked up from where it hit a snag, processing the rest, CPU running around 1.5 to 2%. I've been messing around with Webbla for a bit now, and really like it. It's perfect for my needs, which are organizing all these bookmarks I've collected like a pack rat. I'm definitely cutting it some slack for being a new release, but judging from the developer's responsiveness, I'm okay with that. Some niggly bits to point out: - I don't love the position of the "tags" window - When you resize the app, the upper window runs into the title of the webpage - I wish there was an "activity viewer" so I could see just which webpage it's processing - I'm not seeing tool tips on some of the buttons (e.g., the buttons in the toolbar), so I'm not sure what they do - The program sends out the spinning beach ball often, but I'm sure this will change as the program becomes optimized --------------- The program is responsive with all my bookmarks in there. I haven't tried exporting them back out to Safari yet, as it's going to take me a while to get these organized and cleaned up. I can easily see this app hitting 5 stars in a couple of revisions.
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Hobojoe
28 July 2008
Version: 1.0.1
I'm having the same experience as the previous poster. I can't get Webbla to import my exported Safari bookmarks with either 1.0 or 1.0.1. What does work, if you want to try out the software, is dragging .webloc files into the program. However, this only works with one file at a time. You apparently can't drag a whole bunch of them in (or at least, I haven't be able to figure out how). I wrote to the developers a few days ago. Apparently, they're based in Mauritius, and on their site, it says to expect a reply in 3 days or so. I think I'm on day 3. Unlike the other posters, I think this program holds a lot of promise. I'm okay with it not syncing back to Safari automatically as long as I can export my organized and tagged bookmarks from Webbla and then import them into Safari with the same structure (not sure how tags are going to play with Safari...). I've tried Bookdog and WebnoteHappy, but they all have their weaknesses. I'll post back if/ when I hear from the developers.
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::mile::
27 July 2008
Version: 1.0.1
I've tried 1.0 and now 1.0.1 -- and so far I haven't been able to import any kind of bookmarks...! I exported from Safari, I exported from Firefox, I tried altering the names and contents, whatever I try, all I get is ""Bookmarks.html" is not a valid bookmark file."!?!? So why would I consider paying for an app when the most standard of it's features is such a hassle to begin with...?!
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racemase-1
21 July 2008
Version: 1.0
It just doen't make any sense without syncing with at least Safari... So hoping for the next version.
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StrictlyBagel
21 July 2008
Version: 1.0
If this would merge with BookIt's functionality and sync bookmarks across browsers while picking up bookmarks from browsers... then we'd be talking. But a separate app to organize bookmarks outside the browser? No thank.
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isilver
05 June 2008
Version: 0.9.1b1
Good little program, does what it is supposed to with stability. Personally I don't think I'd use Webbla because the bookmarks that I would spend time organising with Webbla aren't accessible by the browser (you can click a website preview in Webbla to open the browser). If Webbla could open my Safari bookmarks, let me manage them in the Webbla way and then write back the changes to the Safari bookmarks file when I have finished, now that'd be a different story.
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$19.99

3.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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