Visualize: Collect and Bookmark Your Favorite Images Online

If you often work with images online, you know how hard it can be to save images for later use. Downloading them on your hard drive becomes impractical after a while and uploading them on a free image hosting service like Photobucket takes a lot of time and effort. Also, if you save images from the web in a traditional way, there is no way to find out later where you got that image from.

An excellent alternative is to bookmark the images you like with Visualize. Visualize is a bookmarking tool that allows you to collect images with a single click. The easiest way to accomplish this is to add the Firefox Add-on. After that, whenever you see an image that you want to bookmark, right-click on it and select Add image to vi.sualize.us.

You will then be prompted to add any tags or description to the image if you want. You will see that the tool automatically fills out the title of the image and the original link so you don’t have trouble finding the information later.

All these images are stored in your free account at Visualize and can be browsed or searched easily. You can also browse through images that other users have bookmarked.

Techie-Buzz Verdict:

Visualize is a great tool to book mark images online. It saves you the hassle of downloading/uploading images and trying to remember their information. The ability to custom tag the images is a great plus.

2 thoughts on “Visualize: Collect and Bookmark Your Favorite Images Online”

  1. As usual, firefox comes in again with a great add-on. This is the best browser ever! Visualise seems to be a great tool for bookmarking pictures. I am going to find this add on right now. Thanks for the timely share.

  2. I am already using the visualize add-on. It’s simply a great tool to bookmark pictures you like on the web. The visualize.us website is as well a top top website. Worth having a look at all those superb pictures people have bookmarked from all over the web.

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