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Saved.io Saves Your Bookmarks on Cloud

Published By Rishi
On October 4, 2013

Google Chrome and Firefox already have the bookmarks and history syncing feature so that you can browse the same bookmarks and sites on your other devices too. This is a one of the important feature users need, but the problem with Google Chrome is that you have to keep logged into your Google account to keep your history and bookmarks in sync.

Saved.io is a simple site dedicated to save your bookmarks on the cloud. It is a completely free service and very easy to use. You can register on the site for free and you will be taken to the main screen after signing up.


Once you are done creating your account, you can use the service to bookmark any link on your Saved.io account. For bookmarking, just type saved.io/ in front of link in the address bar to save it on your account. That’s it!

You can also make your lists for organizing your bookmarks. For making a list, just type listname.saved.io/ in your address bar. Replace the listname with the name of the list you want to create. This will create a new list on your account and save the link in that list. Now if you want to save another link in the same list, you need to type the same list-name again and the link will be added to that list.


It is very easy to use on phones and tablet devices too, you just need to login into your Saved.io account once and after that, you can just type the trigger on the address bar to save any link. You don’t actually need an app for that. All your bookmarks are private and only you have access to what you save on your account.

For easy bookmarking, there’s a Chrome extension for Saved.io. After installing the extension, you just need to press the Saved.io icon on Google Chrome and the current site will be bookmarked. For other browsers, there’s a bookmarklet which you can put in bookmarks bar.


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