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A note taking application for KDE. Lots of features.

Basket Alternatives

The best Basket alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    When you find something you want to view later, put it in Pocket.

  2. 22

    All your articles, photos, video & content from web & apps in one place.


  3. 18

    Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community

  4. 18

    Instapaper is a simple tool to save web pages for reading later.

  5. 11

    A Modern-day bookmark manager. A place for your favorites. A news feed (RSS) reader. A browser startpage. A portal for your team.

    freemium $20.0 / Annually

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    Bookmarking tool made for designers

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    Start collecting and organizing what interests you

  8. 11

    netroStation is a visual bookmark manager to save & organize hundreds of links.

  9. 11

    Access your bookmarks on any device (desktop, notebook, mobile) in any browser

  10. 11

    Your bookmarks are always close at hand!

  11. Work as a team without the clutter! Organize, optimize & coordinate.

    freemium $2.0 / Monthly

  12. 13

    Effortless and organized way to store and share your bookmarks with the right mix of features.

  13. Visual boards for organizing anything.


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Basket Reviews

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Basket is closing down. Time for a roundup of alternative bookmark managers.
I'll be honest. It's almost a copy of Pocket and I couldn't find any differentiating features in favor of Basket.
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Categories: Bookmark Manager, Bookmarks, Bookmark Synchronization


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