Saturday, February 7, 2009

Foxmarks now synchronizes bookmarks across Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari


Do you know Foxmarks, the bookmark synchronization addon for Firefox that allows you to sync Firefox bookmark across multiple computers? Well, something new happened. The latest release of Foxmarks extended the syncing functionality beyond Firefox - now you are able to sync your bookmarks across the three primary browsers - Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. (Dude, where is Chrome and Opera?)


If you use multiple computers to browse the Internet, Foxmarks is an almost essential tool. No matter on which computer you are working on, whenever you make any change to your bookmarks the changes will propagate to your other computers where FoxMarks is installed. Foxmarks also lets you customize which bookmarks appear on which computers.

Even if you are away from your computer, you can still access your bookmarks on Foxmarks website. View, add, edit and delete your bookmarks on our website and the changes will automatically be saved to your other computers.

Foxmarks also backs up your bookmarks every time you make changes and you can export them to save on your hard disk. With Foxmarks, your bookmarks is always safe and always accessible no matter where you are.

You might also like to checkout Transmute that allows you to synchronize bookmarks between all of the major web browsers - Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, Chromium and Flock



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