Diigo fails to keep up with Firefox Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I have been a Diigo user for 4 or 5 years, and a paying subscriber for the last year. I am about to end that status, however, as I have grown weary of Diigo's failure to keep up with Firefox's disciplined, rapid delivery cycles, while apparently focusing all their time and attention on iPhone and Chrome apps. They appear to be an undisciplined, hyper ADD, juvenile bunch, more interested in appearing to keep up with the latest technologies than really doing so. Why else would they fail to implement HTML5 for their Firefox apps, and instead store data in prefs.js? Their toolbar apps bog Firefox and IE down to the point of suffocation. Their javascript only bookmark is ok, but there's no focus on improving it. So, I'd prefer to focus my attention and bookmarking activities at a site that has a more serious focus on user requirements. Next stop is my to terminate recurring payments to Diigo.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.1.0.32.1-signed). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Recently released Version 3.0 may be the most intuitive tagging, saving, snipping, notetaking and commenting web app ever. This version should probably be 4.0, because it improved that much over 2.0 version. The toolbar comes with a sidebar option that is a true complement, not a redundant vertical version of the toolbar. The entire interface (toolbar, sidebar, dropdowns, context menus, etc.) including the newly redesigned website, reflects a thoughtful understanding of user interaction with web content. The website addes a truly collaborative/group thinking type dimension to content tagging and searching that I have not used much yet, but appears equally well designed. Kudos to the Diigo team!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.2007021000).