Google Bookmarks is a cloud-based service that lets you save your favorite sites and attach labels and annotations. As opposed to the Bookmarks menu in your web browser, the ones that you pick are securely stored on the internet, so that you can access them at any time from any computer you decide to use. Your bookmark picks are kept private, which means they are viewable only by you.
Adding bookmarks with Google Bookmarks is a breeze. All you have to do, once you have downloaded and installed the Google Toolbar, click on the Toolbar’s blue star to bookmark a website. If you want to add one or more labels, click the star again.
Google Bookmarks also enables you to import the bookmarks stored in the menu of your previously installed web browser, whether you use Internet Explorer or Firefox. Simply download the Google Toolbar and click the “Import bookmarks” option that appears on the drop-down menu next to the Bookmarks icon.