Pins is a bookmark manager designed for Mac users who want to easily keep track of their favorite websites. The program features a straightforward interface, provides you with an easy way to sort your bookmarks, and enables you to import and export bookmark lists.
You can add new bookmark items manually (type the address of the website in question) or import an HTML file containing bookmarks. The utility enables you to sort the library items by attaching tags and other useful information, such as notes or credentials.
Another great aspect is that the tool is packed with a duplicate finder. As expected, the built-in tool helps you immediately find and delete duplicated bookmarks from your library.
The only thing that bothers me about this program is the fact that it displays buttons for features which are no longer available. To be more exact, according to the developer, Pins can no longer be used to access the Delicious library. Yet, on the main window of Pins, a Delicious button (for accessing the library) is still available. An error is being displayed when trying to access the Delicious library. Still, this isn't a big deal.
All in all, Pins is a helpful bookmark manager for Mac. It's simple to handle, offers you many advantages, and comes with a reasonable price.