The web is about permanent links to great content. We believe that bookmarks are important to value and remember that content. You shouldn't search for the same page again and again. That's why we build Tasty in the first place: to have easy access to the pages you want to remember. No matter if they are technical articles, recipes or companies.
The first version of Tasty was a start, but we are building Tasty 2.0 from scratch to build a modern and flexible application to help you remembering content on the web.
We plan to release it to the App Store, and our own online store, later this year.
Upcoming features (incomplete list)
- keep Delicious support
- add Pinboard support
- add support for local accounts, without 3rd party services
- Offline usage of bookmark data
- keep the visual representation of bookmarks
- iPhone, iPad and Mac support
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P.S. Want to see the website we build for Tasty 1.0 in 2009? Here's a static, no longer updated version: Tasty 1.0 website