Minor confliction with famous addon RES Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Please check https://github.com/drakeapps/synccit/issues/7 for details.
Better Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Version 1.1 works better. Haven't had issues with this version yet.
Glad it no longer pops up in Private Browsing mode.
Great idea, but it's not there yet. Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This add-on fills a hole that things like the RES leave, and the idea is great. However, the history syncing only appears to work when sent through a third-party app (i.e.: Reddit is Fun)
For example, I can log in to my desktop (FF) or laptop (Chrome) and see all the purple links I viewed on my phone, but when I view a link on either computer, it seems to break down and not send the data, and the "Links viewed" on the synccit site does not go up.
Now, I'm certain that it's working (obviously, because all the links I view on my phone are purple on my computers), but the worst part about this (and one of the large causes for the two stars) is the immense lack of documentation or support. There is an FAQ that consists of seven questions, (and two of those questions are actually repeats, so it's five in total) but these have no real steps on how to solve any problems with the add-on.
PROS: Great idea, simple and user-friendly installation, works well through third-party apps
CONS: Does not work as advertised through computer browsers, complete lack of documentation support or troubleshooting