Developer website: MacHouse
BookmarksX is an advanced version of bkBrowser. BookmarksX allows users to catalog bookmarks with website snapshots and Google PageRanks. And users can rate each website and write notes about it with styled text. BookmarksX will analyze each bookmark and find its Google PageRank. The contexual menu allows the user to access Alexa Traffic details for the selected URL and Quantcast's Audience Profile for selected URL's domain. Furthermore, BookmarksX will also automatically query its nameservers and whois information if it has a .com, .edu, .net or .org. top-level domain. Licensed users can look up page ranks of up to 100 URLs simultaneously. The query result can be exported to a Microsoft Excel sheet.
A User's Guide is available here.
- Preferences: The user has an option of whether or not to relaunch the application after closing the Preferences window to refresh settings.
- Preferences: The user has an option of letting Whos Inspector window follow the main window.
- Preferences: The user has an option of letting Bookmark Inspector window follow the main window.
- The frame style of Whois Inspector and that of Bookmark Inspector are switched back to document as the metal window has a problem in refreshing data when it's not brought to front. We apologize for repeated changes.
- When the user opens Preferences, Whois Inspector and Bookmark Inspector windows will automatically close themselves provided that they are open.
- The user is now able to move the selected bookmark profile to another existing folder. Right-button-click on a bookmark folder and choose 'Move Bookmark.'
- Aborting to pick a color in Preferences will only put the original color back instead of setting a color to black.
- The application should be fully compatible with Snow Leopard.
- Other numerous minor changes and fixes are made.
- Mac OS X 10.5 or later
- BookmarksX may run under Mac OS 10.3.9 and 10.4.x as it utilizes screencapture, a BSD shell script, which was first made available in Mac OS X 10.2, according to Apple, to capture webpage snapshots. In order to see compatibility with your system.