Resisted the change but now I love it! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've been a long time Foxmarks user and always loved it, it always "just worked." When Foxmarks changed to Xmarks I must say I resisted this change. I became involved in the rumours about how Xmarks steals your bookmarks and shares it with other people but after doing my research I can say Xmarks does not share your identity, it only indexes your bookmarks which are not linked with you in any way. This feature is used to suggest popular sites that are similar to the current site based on the number of people who have bookmarked these sites, and I find this feature very useful as I've found some useful sites I didn't know existed. For example, say your on a Firefox page such as this one, it will simply show you info on other popular Firefox related pages that many people have bookmarked, you'll never see any info on who has bookmarked these pages. The suggestions are solely based on the number of people who have bookmarked them, with absolutely no personal info used. Once I actually started using the new features, I saw their benefit and began to love them. So far I can say I love the software changes that have happened but I still don't like the name change, sorry, but Foxmarks was a cute harmless name. But at the end of the day this is still the good 'ol Foxmarks we have come to love and I sincerely hope people do their research before they judge this program and don't just listen to the false rumours.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.2).