The whole point of bookmarks is to make content readily available when browsing the web. However, if you are using multiple browsers or more than one PC, things tend to get mixed up, for which reason, a software solution that can centralize all your items could make a difference.

Raindrop.io is one such application whose purpose is to organize all your bookmarks and media so that you can easily find them when need be.

First of all, it is worth pointing out that the application sports an elegant-looking GUI that enables you to group your bookmarks into collections you can customize as you see fit. Choosing a title and an icon to differentiate them is possible, as is the case of creating nested collections.

What’s more, sharing your collections via links and inviting people to edit them can be done as well, with the option to revert these changes at any point.

Needless to say, importing bookmarks directly from the browser or services such as Pocket, Readability, Instapaper, Delicious, and Diigo should ensure a high degree of freedom, and the same applies to exporting your items.

As for how you get to interact with your bookmarks, you should know that you can indicate how you want them to be shown: as lists, headlines, cards, or in a moodboard. Displaying titles and tags is optional, with the settings being applied either locally or to all your entries.

Apart from that, previewing your items can be done as well in fullscreen or by splitting the main window into two halves, with the possibility of opening them in the browser if you deem that necessary.

Handling duplicates and tags should also be of great help when managing your bookmarks, especially considering that you can also handle images, videos, and URLs added manually. What’s more, support for Dropbox backup is provided in order to ensure the content is safe at all time.

On an ending note, Raindrop.io is a capable bookmark manager that can bundle all sorts of content in a single place. It comes with various tools helping you group and filter your items while also favoring collaborative work. Its performance proved flawless during our tests, and it is definitely worth a shot, considering its generous feature set.