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** ALSO available for iOS and currently FREE for a limited time! **

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.

Every page you Stache is stored and displayed with a beautiful screenshot, helping you identify and preview pages quickly.

Complete content search makes it quick and easy to find pages even if you can’t remember the site name or page title.

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.

Select a bookmark and hit space to see an instant full page preview, ideal for quickly glancing over a page without leaving Stache.

Group and organise bookmarks with collections, folders and tags.

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.

••• ICLOUD •••
All your bookmarks are stored in iCloud so they're backed up and accessible across all of your Apple devices.

Get Stache for iOS so you can Stache pages and browse your library of bookmarks from anywhere.

- 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.

What's New in Version 1.2

- Improved sync and bookmark processing.
- Improved importing.
- Bug fixes and minor tweaks.


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Customer Reviews

Does what it says on the virtual box

This app works just fine for me. Visual bookmarking apps are few and far between, and of the two I’ve been experimenting with, this one works just fine for me. I use both the iOS and OS X version, and sync works as promised. All it requires is a little patience (depending on the amount of web apges you’ve added to your library, when you open on another system/device, give it a few to sync completely). My only complaint is: when using the browser script in Safari for iOS on my iPad, for example, after adding web pages to Stache, I first have to open Stache on iOS for the iCloud sync to initiate. I consider this a bug, but one I can live with — it’s an extra step, hence on star off. Otherwise, a fine app, and I’m hoping the developer will continue to invest time in this app. (The other app, I’ve been experiementing with is Keep Everything, and I prefer Stache, which is less ambitious in scope and more stable, with fewer sync issues than Keep Everything.) I’m not sure why others are having problems with this app; I find it intuitive (within contemporarty paradigms) and it does what it pomises. Recommended.

Can’t Live Without It!

Initially, I avoided purchasing this app (and testing the iOS version which is currently FREE!), because it appeared to be another one of the many poorly supported bookmarking apps out there (at the time of this writing, the last update was well over a year ago). Plus, the reviews are brutal. I tried quite a few others, including Google Bookmarks, Little Bookmark Box, Pins, Pocket, Xmarks, and more. This one just feels better to me. I can use the app seamlessly on any device, which is very important (most of my reading is done on my iPad). I can use nested folders (this wasn’t clear from any of the screenshots I had seen— which is another reason I hesitated). I feel like I have far more control over the organization of my bookmarks now. Also, after several weeks of use, the app appears to be running very well on El Capitan (no known performance issues).

I’m a believer, and from my point of view, the low customer ratings, overall, are unjustifiably harsh. This is a very good, underrated bookmarking app, probably the best in the Apple ecosystem, and certainly one I’ll be relying on for as long as the developer continues to support it.

A few things I’d like to see:
- Reassurance from the developer that this app hasn’t been abandoned
- The ability to manually sort folders, collections, and bookmarks (in addition to alpha and numerical order)
- The ability to view bookmarks by list (rather than just by thumbnail)… both views would be very useful

Best app for bookmark management ever

I don’t know what many of the negative reviewers have a beef is; Stache is the best thing since, well, Chrome’s bookmark bar. It’s like Pinterest but easier, better and more streamlined.

I’m very happy to see the newer versions have the “Export” option, but I’d like to see down the road the ability to export not only the bookmarks but the screencaps, too, so that I could easily export all my Stachemarks in a particular folder to a single directory organized in an HTML file with the same visual benefits of Stache.

I can’t imagine how I got by before Stache! Three thumbs-up to the developers!

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  • $4.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.2
  • Size: 4.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor

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