Diigo Browser allows you to save, annotate and share bookmarks easily!
Save and sync
You can use Diigo Browser to save web pages to your Diigo account and the bookmarks will sync across your devices so that you can access them anytime, anywhere later.
Annotate while reading
Diigo Browser allows you to annotate web pages with highlights and sticky notes. The annotate button will pop up in the context menu after you select some text!
You can read your saved PDF files within the app directly and we will consider supporting PDF annotation in the future!
You can share your bookmarks with annotations to others through email or IM or send it to other apps easily.
We will keep working on the improvements of Diigo Browser to make it better and better. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.
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I was assigned to use Diigo for a graduate technology integration class and I have been very impressed with the functionality. I liked the option that synced the online version to the app. I was able to pick up where I left off when I got on the bus to go home. The tags make it easy to find related articles. I would highly recommend using this resource for higher ed learning.
I want to love this app, but...
It's slow. The web app is wonderful. When I add or remove a bookmark on my iPhone or iPad, it shows up on the web within a matter of seconds. When I add something on the web, nothing happens in the iOS app, and if it does, only after I refresh, and that seems to take an unusually long time pretty much every time.
In the iOS app you have an option that we can select to save all contents as private. What I would really like is to also have an option to save all bookmarks as unread as well. This is crucial if I'm going to select the option to quick save without a bookmark window. When I save bookmarks for reading later, I want this to be a quick process that will be easy for me to find what I bookmarked for reading later.
I don’t get it
The Diigo browser baffles me. Who actually uses it to navigate the web? I bookmark webpages from my computer or mobile safari and then I want to access my bookmarks library when I open the app. I don’t understand the point of trying to compete with Safari given iOS’s tight integration with it.
I get that viewing webpages in the browser enables functionality like highlighting. I love the highlighting feature. So I think it’s fine that bookmarks open in the browser. Why does the browser have to be the primary interface??
Now if this app were to sync with the Diigo desktop browser extension so that it showed all the websites I have open on my computer THEN the browser would be super useful. At that point Diigo would replace other solutions I use for browser tab management (like Toby).
- 113.6 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © Diigo Inc.
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