Those users who keep bookmarks in several accounts need a way to access them without going to those respective Web sites. Cloudmarks for Mac functions adequately to help those users, but offers few additional options for others.
The program is available as a free Safari plugin with no payments required. Download and setup completed as expected from an outside Web site. Cloudmarks for Mac has no interface of its own, but instead installs a small icon on the main Safari bar, which is easy to identify. Clicking on the icon opens up a separate menu, allowing selection from a number of bookmarking applications, including Google, Pinboard, Kippt, and Delicious. Users can sign into these services from the plugin, itself, allowing access to the bookmarks from Safari, rather than the Web pages, themselves. Once signed in, users can also add and delete bookmarks. The plugin functions well, but there are no other helpful features, meaning it will only assist those who use outside bookmark applications, rather than those in the browser, itself.
For those users who need to link multiple bookmark applications, Cloudmarks for Mac performs well, but has no additional features for other users.
Cloudmarks is a Safari extension that works with cloud bookmarking services Pinboard, Delicious, and Google Bookmarks. Cloudmarks lets you access your cloud bookmarks in a popup menu so you don't have to actually go to the bookmarking website.
What's new in this version:
The Add Bookmark form will now focus the tags field instead of the title field on opening.