DoMarks 4+

The To-Do App For Bookmarks

Random Projects LLC

    • 4.8 • 15 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


DoMarks is the to-do app for bookmarks. Add bookmarks. Categorize them. Check them off. Done!

Create a new Mark, give it an action to perform, and turn your bookmarks into a list of items you can work through. Welcome to the new age of productivity!

Features include:
- Categorize Marks with Actions. Easily track your list of videos to watch, podcasts to listen to, or articles to read.
- Tags. Add tags to further organize your Marks.
- Cross-platform. Marks automatic sync with iCloud. Access your Marks on any of your devices automatically!
- Drag-and-Drop. Drag a link from anywhere and drop it in a list to create a new Mark!
- Safari Extension. Click and add a new Mark right from Safari. Easily categorize your open tabs!
- Widgets. See your recent bookmarks, and quickly navigate to them throughout your day!

Go Premium and get more out of DoMarks:
- Manage unlimited marks
- Create your own custom actions to label your marks
- Create unlimited tags for better organization
- View full archive of completed marks

And going Premium helps support further feature development. Thank you!

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What’s New

Version 2.3

This release helps clean up your links before you save them and adds a new option for sharing your links with other services.

Note: Version 2.3 will be the last to support macOS 11/12.

- Link Resolution follows any redirects in the URL and saves the final URL to the Mark. For example, a short link (https://sh.rt/lnk) is saved as the full URL it redirects to (
- Known tracking parameters are automatically removed from URLs.
- New export option to import your bookmarks into other apps and services.

- URLs on existing Marks can now be edited.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

skinny_much ,

Giving 5 stars to support indie makers/devs, but an issue

Like another comment said, this does one thing well. While apps like Omnifocus or Things can do most of that this does. It isn’t their focus and are general task management apps.

That isn’t a problem though! It is a strength in this case! But as others have said, the price is quite high. Not every one can easily pay for the lifetime price. The monthly and yearly prices are so expensive compared to the lifetime, this makes it seem like another case of taxes on people with less money.

IE when Venmo, PayPal, cash app offer to get you money instantly for 1.5% fee. No one with solid money in the bank will ever need to use this. Only people with limited funds.

So obviously the analogy is someone who is committed to using the app but doesn’t have the funds, will have to go with the monthly or yearly pricing.

This effectively edges certain demographics out of rips them off. I understand why the pricing is the way it is. Monthly subscriptions, likely especially with this sort of app, don’t stay subscribed for long.

teamcaffeine ,

Not for me...

Granted the function of this app is incredibly helpful (despite it's simplistic nature), it is also noteworthy that for a minimalistic app, it's properly lightweight, super responsive, and is very well designed with a fantastically slick UI. Though, with all that being said, I personally find the asking price to remove the rather strict limitations, to be almost laughable. Let's be honest, at best, this is just a prettier version of something that can be done almost equally as well using something as basic as the native notes app. I don't find it strange that there is a price, but considering what it is, if I were the dev, I might expect users to pay maybe a 1-time payment of 3, 4 maybe 5 dollars to unlock. It seems absurd to expect users to pay a monthly subscription for an app like this, which requires very little (if any) server communication, virtually no significant amount of data traffic, debatably easy maintenance updates and a slew of competitor apps up for grabs , as there is (clearly) very little originality or ingenuity involved in this apps functionality. I looked at other payment options expecting some kind of lifetime payment for one-time fee, and practically chuckled when I saw dev asking for 40 bucks or something 🙄 no thanks. I'll pass. Well made app, objectively should not be subscription based though. And subjectively isn't worth 40 dollars, or even half that (in my opinion).

DrKate aka The Rock Doctor ,

End Bookmark Chaos

I found this app while grumbling over my current bookmarking system, or lack there-of. This is roughly my 12th year owning iPhones (hard to believe!) and the bookmarks have gotten out-of-hand. I recently started a system using Notes, but it still isn’t optimal. DoMarks is a practical, logical solution.

Now the bad news. I would spend $20 for Premium one time, but not yearly. Just like with bookmarks, subscriptions quickly get out of hand. I don’t consider myself cheap but my kids are in college, I retired early due to illness, and I have to assign value to my spending. This is the sort of does-one-job-well app for which a pricey yearly subscription isn’t a good or wise value (for ME; others may feel differently.) Sorry, just being honest.

App Privacy

The developer, Random Projects LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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