Bookmark managers with dark mode
Bookmark OS is like Mac and Windows for bookmarks. It gives an intuitive and powerful interface for organizing your bookmarks.
A collaborative bookmark and content manager, because browser bookmarks just aren't good enough. Has a number of different layouts: list mode, Pinterest cards, and grid view.
Raindrop.io is a bookmark manager that behaves as a single page app. It allows you to drag and drop, change icons, and sort your bookmarks.
Clipd.io is essentially a moodboard for bookmarks that supports tags and full text search.
Larder is a self-described bookmark manager for developers. It is similar to Github issues but for bookmarks and gives you tags.
Bookmark Ninja has a start page type layout and allows you to add categories, drag and drop, and use different column layouts.
Booky.io is a mobile optimized bookmark page with a start page layout with categories. You can also add colors to the categories.
Papaly is a well designed start page that uses favicons as bookmark images.
MONKNOW is an easy-to-use start page for each new tab that shows bookmarks in a grid with logos.
A free utility where you can keep all of your "favorites", bookmarked web pages, and notes online. Create a "Friends List" and share your links exclusively with those members.
LinkAce is a self-hosted bookmark manager with a list-based user interface. Other features include tags and notes.
Cluster gives you a nice way to organize your tabs using lists and checkboxes. Has light and dark modes.
Pocket is an easy to use bookmarking site that is optimized for saving articles and reading them later on mobile devices.
A design focused image bookmark manager with collections for collaborating with other people. Has an iOS app.
Pinterest is the most popular image bookmarking website and has powerful collaboration features.
Save bills itself as the platform for creative minds. It is essentially an image-based bookmark manager that displays your images as mood boards. It has mobile apps.