trackr.sh focusses on two main features: a bookmarking service and an ATOM/RSS feed reader.
Store your bookmarks in trackr.sh and never loose track of those great links. You can categorize your bookmarks using tags to quickly find the links you need. Our archiving feature allows you to store a copy of the bookmarked link so you never loose access to the content you need.
add new bookmark
ATOM/RSS Feed reader
Follow your favourite feeds using trackr.sh. We offer distraction free reading using our reader mode that allows you to focus on the text content of an article and not the visual noise websites tend to include in their design.
Follow your favourite ATOM/RSS feeds using trackr.sh. We present your feed items in an easy to read list.
Reader mode strips away the styling, images and other visual elements from a page and offers you a clean, readable experience view of the article you're viewing.
Blazing fast with minimal design
trackr.sh features a minimalistic design that is fast, clean and without any visual clutter. Our goal is to get you to the content you need without getting in your way.
Detailed feature walkthrough
We will store an archived copy of the links you bookmark. That way you never loose the resources you want to keep track of when a site goes offline or is removed.
After trackr.sh finishes archiving a bookmark, you can access the archived version using the archived link below the bookmark.
Import your liked tweets
If you want to bookmark your liked tweets you can add your twitter username to your profile. We will periodically get your liked tweets and store them in your trackr.sh account under the Liked Tweets tag.
- Save any text or snippets you want with our markdown powered notes
- Responsive design that just works on mobile
- Privacy first and by design: we don't track our users or share your information
- Import your existing bookmarks: currently we can import Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome bookmarks
That one great feature you're missing...
We want to make trackr.sh the best bookmarking site out there. If you have an idea for a killer feature that we're missing, please get in touch and help us build a better service!