DescriptionAn easy to use Book Marking application for easy storage and organization of internet links you encounter in browsers, emails, blogs, etc. Like to accumulate a storyboard of links before sharing? Then, build these in a folder and share the entire folder in one click when you are ready. Can't remember a link for an important article? Then, maybe you need this application to start organizing important internet links you encounter and attach important notes and reminders to them as you bookmark them inside this app. Don't have time to go over the many links friends send you? Store in a Links Saver folder and comeback to them at your convenience. You can backup and share entire structures and substructure from LinksSaver. LinksSaver uses standard XML format for this.
You can also add LinksSaver links to local files on the SD card. This allows you to have infinite number of file combinations with negligible increase in memory usage. It also allows for all the features you have with your URLs like commenting on files, attaching other files and URL links, and combining with other files and URLs. You can now create many arrangements with one unified view of local file and Internet links. Again, it is very important to emphasize that no copies of any file are made. Only links (pointers) to these files are stored in LinksSaver. So, if you ever wanted to group a video with couple of images and a PDF brochure together but you did not want to move the images from the gallery and you also did not want to make copies of these large files, well, now you can AND you can add comments and attach web URLs, etc.
Auto zipping is another important functionality you get. Aren't you tired of having to recreate the structure (copying files left, right and center) of what you want to archive before archiving? well, now there is a solution as a byproduct of saving local file links in LinksSaver. Upon sharing any folder structure or exporting any folder structure, LinksSaver will ask you if you want to share/export an archive of the files of the local links. If you ask for archiving, then LinksSaver will AUTOMATICALLY collect all the files from their various places into one archive without actually copying them. The archive is now ready to share/export.
If you are sharing in HTML format, the generated .zip file will have an HTML page with all the internal links of the local files modified to point to the files that are now inside the archive. The receiver just needs to unzip the archive, open the HTML page at the root of the archive, and just click on the links in the page. Links of local files will open attached files in the archive.
If you share/export a LinksSaver archive format (.lzip extension), then LinksSaver can automatically unzip and import the entire LinksSaver structure with proper links to all local files with few clicks.