Stache makes it quick and easy to collect and re-discover pages you find useful, interesting or inspiring, in a beautiful, visual and fully searchable library.
Browser bookmarks can quickly become endless lists of unorganised messy page titles — hard to browse and time consuming to organise — making it difficult to find the page you’re looking for.
Stache makes bookmarking smarter with visual bookmarks, complete content search and full page archiving.
••• SIMPLE VISUAL BOOKMARKING •••
Every page you Stache is stored and displayed with a beautiful screenshot, helping you identify and preview pages quickly.
••• COMPLETE CONTENT SEARCH •••
Complete content search makes it quick and easy to find pages even if you can’t remember the site name or page title.
••• FULL-PAGE SCREENSHOTS AND WEB ARCHIVES •••
A full-page screenshot and web archive is stored with every bookmark to archive the page content and design. Perfect for collecting inspiring designs and preserving content in case the page changes or goes offline.
••• QUICK-LOOK PREVIEWS •••
Select a bookmark and hit space to see an instant full page preview, ideal for quickly glancing over a page without leaving Stache.
••• COLLECTIONS AND TAGS •••
Group and organise bookmarks with collections, folders and tags.
••• BROWSER EXTENSIONS •••
Stache integrates with Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Opera to make bookmarking as simple as a single click. Just hit the Stache icon or Alt+S to stache a page. A bookmarklet is also available for other browsers.
••• OTHER FEATURES •••
- Import/Export HTML Bookmark Files
- Export full-page screenshots and web archives
- URL Scheme support
- URL Sharing (Email, iMessage, Twitter and Facebook)
Whether you’re collecting articles for research in your studies, pages of useful products for an upcoming project or archiving inspiring site designs, Stache is there to make all that information accessible when you need it.
- Improved exporting with preservation of folders and collections.
- You can now export images and web archives.
- macOS Sierra compatibility.
** Due to changes in macOS Sierra we have disabled iCloud sync functionality for the time being. This version of Stache will therefore no longer sync with any other versions of Stache on macOS or the retired iOS versions. **
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PRODUCT APPARENTLY RETIRED
Used this product before and liked it. Whent to reinstall on a new machine and see that it no longer syncs across devices.
Received this auto response. Not sure why this product is still for sell if it is retired.
Unfortunately we can no longer provide email support for Stache.
The product has been retried for the time being until we have the opportunity to resolve some significant bugs which have affected users running macOS Sierra. At present we are focussing on other projects and as a small team we don't have the resources to resolve these issues at this time. For this reason we have removed the app from the App Store.
We too use Stache for all our bookmarking needs and this has also prevented us from using the product. If you wish, you can export your bookmarks out of Stache (macOS) using the 'Export' function.
If you have recently purchased Stache from the Mac App Store, you can request a refund from Apple via iTunes.
We hope we can resurrect the project in the future and sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this may have caused.
Stache has been discontinued, please don’t buy
For the record, I want to say that Stache was a great app back when it was still in development, years ago. It had it’s bugs and quirks, sure, but overall it did bookmarking and link saving very well, in an efficient, easy to use way. However, the 1 -star review is to ward off others from purchasing Stache, as it has been discontinued; according to the developer’s twitter, development on Stache ended mid-2016. Quiet frankly, I’m very dissapointed the developer continues to keep the app on the App Store, priced at nine dollars, without notifying potential buyers that the app has been discontinued. It’s not even listed on the app’s website, I had to track down their twitter to find this out!
Though the copy of Stache I have on my machine continues to work on macOS High Sierra, I’m sure it won’t be that way for much longer. It’s not right that the developers continue to sell this product and maintain a product page for it without being honest with users about its state of development. Please don’t buy Stache; if you’re looking for a visual bookmarking app, look elsewhere to invest your money.
Good concept, uses way too many resources.
i have about 1800 bookmarks which results in about 1.3 GB used through my iCloud account. I’m assuming the disk usage comes from the screenshots it takes of each site. I know I have an insane amount of bookmarks but I feel it’s using too much space. Additionally on my Mac, there is a .stachefiles_SUPPORT folder (which is hidden from Finder and practically inaccessible) inside Application Support that is being picked up by disk space analyzers as taking up 10.5 GB of space. Take this with a grain of salt as I can’t actually navigate to the folder. However, 10.5 GB of space doesn’t disappear out of the blue, and being that I’m on an SSD, this is unnecessary.
The iPhone app is also laggy (again, probably because of how many bookmarks I have,) but the Stache iPhone app also has to download bookmarks from iCloud, and then store it on the phone!
I had high hopes but with time I found it used too much space for my needs. However, it’s a great concept. Maybe this suits those who don’t have thousands of bookmarks better.
The developer, d3i Ltd, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
No Details Provided
The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.