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A number of web services let you save bookmarks and create start pages but Skloog is a bit different. To start with, the start page you create with Skloog is completely visual and allows you to access all your favorite websites by simply clicking at their logo. You can add any website to your Skloog by entering a custom URL or choose from a variety of popular websites already indexed by Skloog.

However, what really makes Skloog different from other services is the ability to arrange your bookmarks in various categories. Each category is displayed as a tab on your Skloog page and you can switch back and forth between the tabs without any hassle. You can create as many tabs as you want, delete them, rename them or simply drag them to reposition. To easily find a bookmark, you can also search it by entering its first few letters.


You can also quickly share a number of your bookmarks by emailing them to a friend, right from Skloog. Sort your bookmarks by name, URL, date they were added or simply by popularity. In addition to your frequently visited websites, you can also use Skloog to specific web pages, documents and YouTube videos. Skloog also lets you search the web right from your start page using the search engine of your choice including Google, Bing or Yahoo! Over all, Skloog is a great way to organize your bookmarks and optimize your browsing experience by quickly accessing all your favorite sites without typing their URL.


For more info watch demo video below:



  • Organize your bookmarks visually.
  • Arrange your bookmarks into categories.
  • Add/delete/rename tabs.
  • Share bookmarks by emailing them.
  • Add a custom bookmark by entering any URL.
  • Search the web using Google, Bing or Yahoo!
  • Search your bookmarks or sort them in different ways.
  • Delete bookmarks or move from one category to another.

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  1. Mtbcollections
    August 12, 2010 at 2:03 am

    Great website, but what is the eskloog email i got when signing up?