Bulk URL Opener is an application that provides the user with multiple utilities to help with managing and using large amounts of URLs. The software lets you open a list of URLs with a single link.
The program also lets you create and store lists of links that are available from a dropdown menu offering an easy ay to open multiple links simultaneously.
Bulk URL Opener is available as a desktop application and a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera. We tested the software using the developer’s snap package on the latest edition of Ubuntu.
It easy to open a terminal window and install with the command:
$ sudo snap install bulkurlopener
If you’re adverse to snap packages, the developer also provides an AppImage. AppImage is a format for distributing portable software on Linux without needing superuser permissions to install the application. All that’s required is to download the AppImage, and make the file executable by typing:
$ chmod u+x bulkurlopener-1.11.1-linux.AppImage
It’s also straightforward to get up and running from the project’s GitHub repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/EuanRiggans/BulkURLOpener
$ cd BulkURLOpener
$ npm install
$ electron .