« Jawoco URL Shortener | Main | Free Online Grammar Checker »

July 04, 2012


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


One more suggestion is http://www.yourls.com. Yourls allows you to create a very simple startpage around your favorite bookmarks.

the north face outlet

ie one small window through which i can easily access dozens of RSS feeds. http://www.northerfaceoutlet.cc


I have tried MyYahoo and its ok, but it was time to move on. So I reviewed netvibes and it looks like way too much for me! I tried protopage’s demo and it seems promising. Then I got this invitation to try homepagey. It’s very new but looked pretty good. I am currently using it and I most likely will keep it. Not Igoogle by any means, but very nice. If any one is interested here is there website http://homepagey.com. I don’t know what’s up with the invitation thing, but if you contact them in time you will get one?

Rob Anderson

Thanks for providing these useful information. This will give us many options in choosing a homepage for us. It can give us ease and more control over the applications that we are often using.


If you want a free and open solution, check out http://igoogle-replacement.blogspot.com


I have used ighome.com for the past couple of months and it is very similar to iGoogle.

George O

Well, a replacement would be nice indeed, but it can’t really match the original iGoogle and doesn’t really add value to your startpage... I feel it’s somehow a downgrade from the original iGoogle.

You you will enjoy the change, I felt a real Upgrade after I start using www.startific.com

It has a beautiful interface, you will love it!


I hate to be the latecomer to a thread, but I have seen UStart.org listed on many of these types of lists, but when you search for it on google, you get pages and pages of hits about how to remove the UStart.org virus/malware/browser hijacking, known to be associated with identity and credit card thieves type of information. This thread seems more enlightened and researched than others, did hackers just make use of this website to facilitate their deeds, or was the website/portal itself part of it?


An interesting alternative to iGoogle is also Startific. It displays icons and widgets, connects all your favorite links and all your bookmarks, etc and organize them into a pretty nice interface, like you probably haven't seen in a quite while, check it if you want at www.Startific.com


After looking for some options to replace iGoogle I found http://startme.com and I liked it because it is very simple and easy to use. Also it was very easy to import from iGoogle, browsers and RSS readers. So far I am liking it very much, so I can recommend it.

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog powered by Typepad

Subscribe to 'I want to'

  • Add to any service

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter