fBookmarks beta testers have experienced:
- Less distraction in focused work
- Better time management
- Increased control over dopamine levels
Why regular bookmarks suck
Your iPhone gets smarter every year, but your bookmarks don't. Let's change that.
Meet beta testers
Ngl, when "0xRollerboy" showed me the app, I was kinda skeptical. Turned out it's easy to use, and does its job really well.
Why didn't anyone make this service earlier? It's nothing new... with a little AI here and there. So simple, yet so powerful.
fBooksmarks version 1.0 helped me a lot. As a beta tester I got access to infinite summary options. After leaving my feedbacks to "0xRollerboy" I catched myself using the extension pretty often.
Works fine. Would recommend.
Chrome extension is goood. But I won't switch from Safari 😭
fBookmarks is my helper. I save Medium articles on hiking and adventures. Now I can read a 8 minute story under 30 secs.
fBookmarks is my fav! Saves my reads and gives me short stories weekly. I learn the life stories of famous composers with it and enjoy it!
Makes reading faster, but the design could be better
fBookmarks is mid. I save work stuff, and get quick updates every week. Keeping up with industry news just got easier.
I was searching for a new bookmark extension with upgraded features in the app store. I saw fBookmarks. It had a few downloads at the time, but I thought I'd give it a try. It was worth it.
I use it for school. Ofc, ChatGPT does all my homework, but sometimes I also use fBookmarks to save articles I care about.
Never liked reading. School made me hate it. But now, I don't have to read all that BS.
My hobby is cooking. When I come across a new recepie, I try to learn everything about it, like the origins and stories around it. fBookmarks help me a lot with that!
Super useful. I put my articles there, and it gives me short updates each week. Makes me smarter without stress.
I save around 3 hours a week by using fBookmarks.
This tool is awesome. It saves my stories, and I get small summaries every week. It helps me learn lots of cool stuff!
I like to read, but I don't have much time between shifts. I use fbookmarks as my personal weekly summary manager.
Use your browser as usual
See something cool? Click the extension to bookmark.
Repeat until you hit weekly limit
You only get 5 bookmarks per week. Use them wisely.
Get recaps straight to your inbox.
Every Friday morning, you get
5 summaries with bulletpoints only.
Speed things up
fBookmarks is free to use, but if you need that little bit extra, upgrade to Pro.
Choose this if you want to be more productive.
- Up to 5 summarizes / week
- Powered by GPT-3.5 Turbo
- Single-use access
- Ad placements
Choose this if you want to change your reading habits forever.
- Up to 10 summarizes / week
- Powered by GPT-3.5 Turbo
- Lifetime purchase option
- No ads
Free with invite
Frequently asked questions
The Chrome extension lets you save articles you like. But instead of just bookmarking and never re-reading, you get an AI summary. It has 5 Tweet size bulletpoints. You get it in your inbox every week. This way you are "forced" to read what you wanted.
The service was built by me, 0xRollerboy. I'm a self-taught wannabe coding entrepreneur. I built my 100k+ niche personal brand with $0 on ads. Now I'm starting over as an anon.
Yes, it is secure. fBookmarks uses Stripe for financial processing, and it does not store any information about your card.
If you paid for Pro and it isn't shipped yet, yes.
Yes, you are right. But many companies, like Medium, are increasingly cautious about sharing their data. fBookmarks uses a unique approach by injecting a script into the current website you're on and forwarding it to our server. This enables fBookmarks to work with any website.