Markster keeps your internet bookmarks in a central store. People use Markster because either:
- The internal bookmarks facilities (Bookmarks Bar, Bookmarks Menu, Favorites Bar, etc.) in their web browser(s) do not meet their feature expectations.
- They use more than one web browser, and prefer to keep all their bookmarks in a separate app, independent of the web browsers, instead of syncing the browsers' internal bookmarks facilities together.
When Markster users want to visit a bookmark they have previously stored, or add a new bookmark, instead of reaching for the Bookmarks Bar or Bookmarks Menu in the browser, they bring up Markster's Floating Menu. Markster provides three ways to do that:
- Global Keyboard Shortcut, for example Cmd-Shift-D.
- Dock Menu
- Status Menulet (right side of Menu Bar)
The Keyboard Shortcut and/or Status Menulet are enable/disabled in Markster's Preferences.
Markster is a member of our BookMacster Family of bookmarks management utilities, which also includes Smarky, Synkmark, and BookMacster. Smarky, Synkmark, and Markster are each tailored to a specific-use case.
Note: Most Markster users, who never export to Safari, should "Skip" this update, because you are not affected by the single bug which has been fixed.
Fixed a bug introduced in version 1.22.36 which caused bookmarks in the Bookmarks Menu to not be exported to Safari, if the user’s Safari bookmarks had been created by a newer version of Safari which did not have a Bookmarks Menu.