On the internet there is an immense variety of web services for the bookmark storage and management and practically all of them make us tag and classify the content manually to retrieve it later easily. Historious is a project that puts a twist on this concept and creates a manager of favorites in the form of a search engine.
The idea is that instead of having to classify the content that we mark as a favorite, it is the website itself that takes care of this, so that when we want to see a specific page again we will only have to enter a word that identifies it and the search engine will take care of finding matches within the text of the pages that we have previously stored.
A peculiarity of this application is that allows you to associate our Twitter account to publish the links we like on our microblog, a very fast way to share.
The service can be used for free with a limit of 1000 links per user, the premium version also offers some other advantages, such as unlimited links or searching for content within PDF’s, although it must be said that the free version is quite complete.