Stache wants to make it easy for you to both save and find your bookmarks, but it only succeeds at one of those two things.
The first time you run Stache you're going to be asked to set up a bookmarklet in Safari. The bookmarklet makes it possible to save Web pages in Stache.
Read CNET's full review of Stache (iOS).
Granted, I only have one bookmark in this screenshot (I ended up with many more in the app), but you can see how easy it is to identify what the bookmark is for.
You can share your bookmarks using the built-in sharing options.
The browser for Stache provides a simple Web view -- nothing more.
The built-in browser is pretty limited in its options. Here you see the extent of what you can do.
The settings in Stache are pretty bare-bones. You can add the bookmark to Safari if you skipped it the first time around, control iCloud syncing, and set your default browser.
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