Raindrop.io is a tool for managing online bookmarks that allows us to save and organize links to websites, images, videos, and notes.
If you are accustomed to browsing the internet looking for documentation or tutorials, you will likely end up with a large number of links and references that you want to store.
There are many options available for managing our bookmarks. From storing tabs like crazy in the browser, to using one of the many available solutions to do it in a more organized way.
I used to use Pocket to manage my files. But since I discovered Raindrop.io, I have replaced all the tools with this application.
Raindrop.io allows us to organize all our links into collections, which are like folders that contain related bookmarks.
It is also possible to tag the bookmarks to facilitate searching and organization. In addition to the normal search function, to find anything among our links.
One of the most outstanding features is the ability to highlight a part of the web page, as if we were using a fluorescent marker. Subsequently, we can review the parts we highlighted, saving us a lot of work.
In addition, it has a browser extension that can be installed in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari. Once installed, we can add a new link simply by clicking in the browser.
Raindrop.io is available as a web app, as well as an installable application on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, and iPhone.
The app automatically synchronizes bookmarks and collections in real time, so we will have changes synchronized across all our devices immediately.
It is available in several pricing plans, which include a free plan for personal use with unlimited bookmarks and collections. Paid plans add additional features, such as enhanced search, or nested collections.