By d3i Ltd
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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 and complete content search.
••• 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.
••• COLLECTIONS AND TAGS •••
Group and organise bookmarks with collections, folders and tags.
••• CLIPBOARD LINK DETECTION •••
Stache will detect links on the clipboard so you can quickly Stache a page when you switch to the app.
••• STACHE FROM SAFARI •••
Use the Stache Action Extension to Stache pages directly from Safari on iOS 8, or use the Bookmarklet on iOS 7.
••• ICLOUD •••
All your bookmarks are stored in iCloud so they're backed up and accessible across all of your Apple devices.
••• AVAILABLE FOR MAC •••
Get Stache for Mac so you can Stache pages right from your web browser on your Mac! Plus, get great extra features including full-page archives and screenshots, quick-look page previews and tagging.
••• OTHER FEATURES •••
- URL Scheme and Bookmarklet 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 1.2.1
Bug fixes and minor enhancements.
While Stache maybe one of few visual bookmarking tools that work from iOS to OS X, it's clunky and requires too many clicks to achieve visual categorization goals (my desired purpose). The worst part, in my eyes, is trying to figure out if all the bookmarks are categorized which requires looking at "All Bookmarks" which I mainly do from my iPhone. But that view doesn't show which are categorized and which are not. So Stache leaves me feeling like I can't achieve my goal with hundreds of bookmarks... that I'd love to import. I feel Stache has potential, but requires better User Experience understanding to reduce clicks and achieve quicker bookmark categorization. Basically, the workflow needs a revamp but first reviewed against competitor products like the under-developed 'Pearltrees' along with context pulling from 'Highlight with Liner.' To be absolutely superior, I'd like to see internal cross-referencing of similar bookmarks via an XML database. This of course would present a new search & view of resultant bookmarks and their categorization. I'd love to see the methodology appear in bookmarking as well as in a 'finder type of app' for OS X. Back to Stache though, I hope to see the workflow revised in the upcoming versions. As well, we need to know what bookmarks are not categorized. For now, I'm shelving Stache. It's more work than help. Hope this review helps though.
Does what it claims
Visual bookmarking apps are few and far between. I've been experimenting with two that provide both iOS and OS X versions, and Stache (so far) fits the bill for me. The browser extensions work, and, contrary what other users have reported, iCloud sync works well for me as well--all it takes is a little patience. Depending on how many items you've recently added to your library, opening the app on another platform may require a little bit of time to sync. That said, there is a minor annoyance I experience: when I grab web pages on my iPad using the Safari browser script, in order for the items to sync, I first have to open Stache on iOS and wait for the new addiction to show up sync — only then will library items sync properly so I see on OS X what I saved on iOS. I'd consider it a bug, but I can live with it (hence one star off). Otherwise, I like this app more than the other app I've been experimenting with (Keep Everything, with which I've experienced real annoying sync issues). Recommended.
There really aren't very many internet bookmark apps for the iOS so when I read the negative reviews I was expecting much. Very wrong, it's a great app.
Love that you can open the bookmark to within the build in browser or open it in safari. Also so simple to bookmark a web site from safari.
Have had no crashes, it works great & highly recommend it.
One recommendation, a way to just put it in a list without the visual bookmarks.
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- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Nov 01, 2014
- Version: 1.2.1
- Size: 4.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: d3i Ltd
- © 2014 d3i Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.