Diigo

3.1
3.08K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Diigo Browser allows you to save, annotate and share bookmarks easily!

Save and sync
You can use Diigo Browser to save web pages to your Diigo account and the bookmarks will sync across your devices so that you can access them anytime, anywhere later.

Annotate while reading
Diigo Browser allows you to annotate web pages with highlights and sticky notes. The annotate button will pop up in the context menu after you select some text!

PDF reading
You can read your saved PDF files within the app directly and we will consider supporting PDF annotation in the future!

Share easily
You can share your bookmarks with annotations to others through email or IM or send it to other apps easily.

We will keep working on the improvements of Diigo Browser to make it better and better. Please feel free to contact us at care@diigo.com if you have any questions or suggestions.
Updated on
Mar 8, 2020

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3.1
3.08K reviews
A Google user
September 12, 2019
For some reason the functionality of this app was recently changed to be primarily a web browser, and a Chromium reskin at that, with God-knows what kind of trackers and telemetry included. It's no longer useful as a mobile interface to your bookmarks library - you can't even edit searched-for bookmarks anymore. Thankfully your library can be exported, for migration to a more useful solution. I had to uninstall.
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A Google user
September 10, 2019
I never write reviews, but I'm just pissed off that this app has been destroyed since the last update. It's been rendered useless. We are now forced to view saved links in a crappy and unprotected version of chromium. No more clean view stripping articles of the noise of the original browser page. There doesn't appear to be a way to open the app to the user library by default. And what is up with requesting access to my google account? A very disappointing development. Back to Pocket. :(
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A Google user
September 14, 2019
I love Diigo as a bookmarking and annotation service. I like being able to share to the app from any other app I'm in. I have no interest in Diigo as a browser. I have a better browser already. So the fact that the default page is now the browser and not access to my bookmarks, and there doesn't seem to be a way to switch back, is annoying.
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What's new

bug fixes