Sorry for the lack of posts over the last couple of days. This is going to be a quick post about a cool little program that I use constantly, its called URLWell. In short its a menu bar based application used as a quick storage for URLs. It’s designed so you don’t have to clutter up your desktop with temporary links or use the bookmark features for URL’s that won’t last long. Since it runs in the menu bar its cross browser which makes using it a snap.
It doesn’t take much learning to get used to how this program works. You find a web page in your browser that you want to save, drag it onto the URLWell icon and let it do its thing for a couple of seconds, and, well thats it. It is a simple process of drag and drop onto the icon. When you want to use the URL again, you simply select it from the list. It will then load in your browser and display a tick by the link. If you want to open the URL and remove it from the list you press Option + Click on the link.
Its that simple. There isn’t really much to it. There is some extra options which you can use to modify how the program runs, but it is a simple app. It is however out of action at the moment and it doesn’t seem to be developed, however the current version works like a charm.
Download it and try it out. You may find it useful.
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Mac OS X 10.5
Quickly Save And Use URL's
Not actively developed