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I am leaving a similar comment about this addon and (paid) iOS app everywhere I can in hopes that SOMEONE who can do something about it will finally get in contact with me.
This app is broken, and has been for literally years, yet it is still sold for money in the iOS app store, which is inexcusable.
app runs on ios, but did not work on firefox on my macos9. no manual found what to do if no function. deleted from ios and mac.
2.0.1 seems to work fine;
just installed it on iphone4s,
google account is needed;
This add-on seems to have come WITH my latest version of Firefox. Why? I never aksed for it, I never installed and suddenly it is asking for all sorts of access. I have tossed it!
it has been working for the last two years now something change where the app is not able to log into google drive. I emailed them with no responses but they still sell this app CRAZY!!!!!
IT'S A TRAP!!!
DO NOT BUY THIS APP, on the appstore or for firefox. Both the Ios app and the Firefox Plugin does not work. This is a shame to publish such app. Full of bug and absolutely nothing works. Plus the app requires permission to look t your Google account in order to sync your firefox bookmarks, W-T-F???
if I could give it zero I would. I have tried to install it on two different android devices and it won't work on either. It just says "Firefox Bookmarks" on top of a blank white screen.
Just updated iPad's Apollo and I'm now left without synced bookmarks to Firefox. Any advice?
Don't you hate it when some dipstick tries to gain support, under the guise of a review? Indeed, I fit the bill. I'm looking for a way to Sync my COMODO IceDragon (a Firefox derivative), using the /now/ traditional method of Weave, w/ the built-in Sync facilities (i.e. common, essentailly, to Seamonkey, Firefox, and i suspect-- the mail client [thunderbird?] as well).
What say you for advisory? I've instlled the legacy FirefoxSync joint, yo, but seems to be getting me nowhere.
Advisory, much appreciated. Many thanks.
It does what it does, which is synching Chrome or Firefox user data via Apollobrowser.
The iPhone app "Firefox Sync Pro" wins for including the browsing history and supporting different iPhone browsers.
One missing star for the missing search capability in the iPhone App.
Mozilla's own sync service works well, too, and its iPhone app "Firefox Home" has a search bar, but doesn't sync your history and doesn't support any mobile browser other than Safari.
History is most important to me because I handle my bookmarks using Delicious anyways.
I also use Apollo Sync for Chrome with the respective iPhone app "Chrome Sync Pro". I would love to be able to sync all my browsers with one Apollo account, so next time I decide to swich back from Firefox to Chrome, I have all my bookmarks, tabs and history at hand. How bout that? I could do that using Xmark, but they don't seem to synch the history.