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Top 9 Best Bookmark Manager Android Apps – 2021


Having a good bookmark manager app is important to quite a few people. Some of us need it for work, others simply like to have their links organized. Well, in this article, we’ll take a look at the very best bookmark manager apps for Android. Do note that these are only our choices, though, there are more options available in the Google Play Store. I have to admit I was a bit surprised I did not find even more options, though.

Some of these apps you’re quite familiar with, but most of them you likely haven’t heard of just yet. Truth be said, this list wasn’t easy to put together, as there aren’t a lot of great bookmark manager apps in the Play Store. Having said that, if you’re looking for such an app, maybe we can help. Do note that these apps are not listed in any specific order. If you’re interested, read on.

Top 9 Best Bookmark Manager Android Apps 2021

Below is a quick overview of the top 9 best bookmark manager Android apps for 2021, including any download and in-app purchase costs.

Download Cost In-app cost (per item)
Google Chrome
Pocket $0.99-$44.99
Raindrop.io $2.99-$27.99
Keeplink $0.99-$9.49
Evernote $1-$99.99
VisiMarks $3.49
LinkStore $1.99-$19.99
Bookmark by YoSoftTech
LinKeep

Top 9 Best Bookmark Manager Android Apps 2021 Downloads

Below is a little more information on each app, a suggestion for the type of user the app is best suited to, and a direct link for easy downloading.

All download links go to the app’s Google Play Store listing. Users are always recommended to download apps from Google Play or an authorized app store.

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Most Users

Google Chrome

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Android version: Varies with device

The first app we’ve decided to mention is Google Chrome. This is not exactly a dedicated bookmark manager app, but a browser that includes a bookmark manager. We’ve decided to mention Chrome instead all other browsers here as it’s the most popular on Android. Most people use it, and it has an okay bookmark manager, to say the least. It’s not as robust as some of the others on the list, but it does have all the basic functions, and it syncs with the desktop version of Chrome, of course.

If you do use some other browser, such as Firefox or Opera, for example, such options have their very own bookmark manager as well. You can simply bookmark the site that you’re currently on, or manually type in a website directly in the bookmark manager. To most of you, this will be more than enough.

Download Google Chrome

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Offline Reading

Pocket

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0+
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Pocket is an app that has been around for a long time. This app is well-known as a read-it-later app, and it has been taken over by the Mozilla Corporation a while back. The app is still very compelling, and it actually improved a lot over the year. You can save your links in this app for reading online or offline, it’s up to you. Pocket gives you the option to choose, and it does that in style.

The app got redesigned a while back, and it does look quite modern. Pocket can even read articles for you, if that’s something you need. It can also show you a simplified look at a specific article, and so on. Some customization is included in the app as well, while you can also upgrade to “Pocket Premium” to get features like advanced search, unlimited highlights, and automatic article backups.

Download Pocket

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Collaboration

Raindrop.io

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0+

Raindrop.io is, next to pocket, the most popular dedicated bookmark manager around. This app has also been around for a while, and even though it isn’t as popular as Pocket, it is used by quite a few people, and it’s very good. It does things a bit differently than Pocket, but that’s not a bad thing, not at all. Its organization features are really compelling, while the app both looks and works great.

You can clip articles, photos, videos, and pages from the web and apps. You can organize your bookmarks into collections and tag them as well. The app does allow you to customize each of your collections, to give them a specific look, which is something you can’t do on Pocket. You can assign a custom icon to such collections, for example. You can also share some of your collections with your coworkers, friends, or whoever, and enjoy collaborating.

Download Raindrop.io

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Custom Categories

Keeplink

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: Android 7.0+

Keeplink is not nearly as popular as the apps we’ve talked about thus far, but it sure is compelling. This app is excellent if you enjoy creating custom categories. You can make a number of custom categories, with custom icons, and colors, and actually bring some enjoyment into categorizing your links. The app’s UI also looks really great, and the app is easy to use. On top of that, it works great.

The developer doesn’t force you to watch ads in this app, nor does it force you to log in. You can even create a “Private” category and protect it with a password, if you want. Organizing bookmarks is easy here, and you can utilize both categories and subcategories. Searching bookmarks by title or tag is possible as well, while you’ll also discover some additional features here.

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Download Keeplink

Best Bookmark Manager Android App Hybrid

Evernote

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: Varies with device

Evernote is an extremely popular app, though it’s not a dedicated bookmarks manager. Many of you have heard of Evernote thus far, and quite a few probably also use it. This is a note-taking app, first and foremost, but it evolved into so much more than that over the years. Evernote is essentially your everyday planner app, and a really compelling one, with tons of features.

This app does have a clipping tool for bookmarks, and you can use it as a bookmark manager, if you want. There are a ton of ways you can organize your bookmarks here, along with all other notes that you may have. The UI is not as good as it was, though, so that’s something you should keep in mind. It would be best if you try Evernote, and see if it works for you or not.

Download Evernote

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Folder Organization

VisiMarks

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0+

VisiMarks is yet another bookmark manager app with great categorization. To be more specific, this app does great when it comes to folder organization. The app also looks really great, and it’s highly visual, so finding whatever you’re looking for should be easy. It’s also a joy to use because of it. The app also delivers a global search function, which will make finding your bookmarks really easy.

VisiMarks also allows you to sort your bookmarks by category or genre. The app also offers some customization, as you can choose between three different display sizes, for example. VisiMarks allows you to open your bookmarks directly in your default browser. This app can backup your data in a single file, which you can save wherever you want. It also allows you to import your bookmarks from other files, for example, you can backup your Chrome bookmarks, and import them to VisiMarks.

Download VisiMarks

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For UI Design

LinkStore

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0+

LinkStore is one of the best-designed apps on this list. It has a really simple, and yet modern UI, and it works really well. LinkStore is not as well known as some other apps on this list, but it is quite compelling. It allows you to categorize your bookmarks and social media posts with ease. There are plenty of categorization options, and you can even make notes for some bookmarks if you want.

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Hiding categories is also possible, as is locking them, for security purposes. You can watch videos directly from the app, and you can also share whatever you save with your contacts, from the app. The app does allow you to export bookmarks with ease, and the same goes for importing. There are also three themes that you can choose from here.

Download LinkStore

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Features

Bookmark by YoSoftTech

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Android version: 6.0+

Bookmark app by YoSoftTech is one of the highest-rated apps on this list. After over 350 ratings, it holds a 4.9-star rating in the Play Store. There’s a good reason for that, though. This app works great, and it’s quite simple, for what it is. That makes it a joy to use. This app allows you to bookmark any digital document, and share it wherever and with whomever you want. The app also has some compelling organization features.

If you take a look at the images provided above, you’ll see the simple design language of this app. If you want something simple, that lists your bookmarks, and you have the control over how they’re sorted, this is the app for you. It works really well, without a hitch. If you need more features, however, check some of the other offerings. it’s all a matter of preference, to be quite honest.

Download Bookmark by YoSoftTech

Best Bookmark Manager Android App For Simplicity

LinKeep

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 6.0+

LinKeep is yet another rather simple bookmark manager that will suit many of you. This app arguably looks better than the previous one, and yet it retains that simple design. It has elements of Google Keep in it. You can save links in this app, and easily categorize them. You can either save links directly, or share them from your browser to this app. That is a feature that more or less every similar app has.

You can even customize the application dashboard, to a degree. You can choose between a grid layout, or a list layout. Both light and dark themes are supported here, and Google Drive backup is supported. The automated backup is performed every day, by the way. This app does include ads and offers in-app purchases, but you’re not forced to buy anything, you can use it for free.

Download LinKeep

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