It seems like every other week we’re reviewing a cloud bookmark manager these days. The fact is though, that choosing one is a big decision. Any user who entrusts their bookmarks to a cloud service has to feel comfortable with it because they’ll be accessing that website everyday. This time around we’re looking at Wonderpage, a cloud bookmarking service that appeals more to your visual side.
Wonderpage has many features we expect from a cloud service seeking to store favorites. An import function from browsers and Delicious, user input keywords and descriptions, folders for organization and privacy settings at both account level and bookmark level. Wonderpage helps users along by automatically generating keywords for new bookmarks which furthers the process along for anyone who doesn’t have time to tag every bookmark and micromanage their favorites.
The big feature of Wonderpage is its visual appeal. Wonderpage uses thumbnail images of URLs to visually identify bookmarks inside user accounts. There are 6 different sizing options for the thumbnails along with a sidebar menu to quickly navigate between favorites. Users who are more visually wired will find Wonderpage to be an ideal option for cloud bookmarking.
Wonderpage also has social features which include their own built-in friend and follower interaction. Instead of merely sharing a link through another service, Wonderpage makes it possible to share an entire collection of bookmarks. The creators of Wonderpage seek to create a new homepage for users with it’s visual design and need of access to bookmarks. Whether they succeed at that is up for debate, but you can’t dismiss the actual service. Wonderpage is fantastic at delivering a eye-catching, easy to interact with cloud service that users will feel comfortable entrusting their bookmarks to.
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