- Rated 3 out of 5by Enkrateia, 2 months agoRecently switched from EverSync to xBrowserSync, seems to work decently. A little buggy with Firefox's default sync which I do not want to disable because of a known issue that creates duplicate bookmarks, but easy to clean up with the Bookmark Dupes extension. Main annoyances are performances issues and not supporting native tags which get wiped out with each sync.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Mister GothFvck, 8 months ago- Very helpful for organizing multiple sets of bookmarks.
- Lowers the reliance on Firefox / Mozilla's servers and spreads the attack vector among other parties.
- Anyone can host a xBrowserSync!
-- I very much look forward to all the forthcoming features. Right now this is very handy but there's almost always room for improvement. ;)
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15902071, 8 months agoBest one out there. Well, if you care about your privacy and data. There are others that can do a better job for you and look nicer but they are also going to be taking notes of all your data with them and most people's bookmarks say a ton about them. This is by far the best, hand down, when it comes to syncing bookmarks and doing it in a privacy-centric manner.
- Rated 1 out of 5by JamesRC, a year agoI was genuinely excited for the item of secure, open source bookmark syncing between browsers.
But a combination of the recently reported issue #328 (Not syncing completely) and bug #265 (Local data refreshed, redo previous unsynced changes) which remains unfixed 9 months after it was reported renders this product completely unusable.
I suspect if it works for you then it's tremendously useful, but my own search for reliable bookmark syncing continues.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Samtheprogrammer, a year agoThis addon completely broke all my bookmarks. I shifted half of my bookmarks to another folder. It said client out of sync or some nonsense and completely messed up the places of all my bookmarks. Would give 0 stars if I could. Reported to firefox.