Using a simple bookmark, you can save the RSS feed of the current page you're viewing to your Feedbin.me account.
Many of the bookmarklets used on your desktop version of Chrome can also be used on your mobile device. Here's the steps you'll need to get started.
Snip things with nothing more than a bookmarklet using Snipd. It works on photos, videos, and text and goes into a stream other people can follow.
Got a printer, some paper, and some loose optical discs? Check out Liquid Mongoose, a simple tool that turns information from the Web into slick envelopes.
Like using strange text characters from a character map on blogs, forums, or Twitter posts? This bookmarklet gives you a shortcut for doing that.
Password Wallet for the iPhone: An interesting use of bookmarklets
A URL hack turned into a bookmarklet makes for more search results per page.
Skip the overloaded Webclippers, and start using Glossed.it.
Turn your inbox into a handy to-do list for sites you want to revisit later.
While it's great-looking, Stache is too much of a hassle to make it a good replacement for managing bookmarks in Safari.
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