Xmarks and LastPass mobile clients were promised by Lastpass to be available for free! But my Firefox Lastpass add-on, and this one still complain that the trial period is gone and try to sell it to me.(haven't tried Xmarks on Android Firefox, if it's available - the add-on search sucks for Android FF add-ons). So what products does this mean? Maybe I should implement my own bookmark and password sync, recommending primarily "cloud" to be SSH (and directory) or WebDAV - and I'll add this add-on to any browser I can, including eLinks. And for any browser that can export/import bookmarks, run CLI command with exported file, or use GUI wrapper to open file and press sync - then import the same file (unless you choose to keep original, then load the new). As for passwords, eLinks is scriptable, but Lynx, Links/Links 2, w3m, well a CLI script that can read and rewrite saved credentials. I'm ambitious, but I just want to use free software solution, like Firefox Sync to create add-ons to give that support for other browsers - and not care competing with your service. I just want Lastpass product add-on versions for various Android browsers to hold to your promise of making them free.
No subfolders This is 100% useless without subfolders. Seriously reconsidering xmarks if they insist on making it a chore to use their service....which I pay for.
Trial app The idiots forget to tell you its only a trial app.
No sync of subfolders Not worth using as it does not sync subfolders.
Bookmarks being reverse sorted is finally fixed, perfect now
All I get is an empty Bookmarks toolbar folder.
- Fixed issue where Dolphin Browser reversed bookmark order (you must clear local cache and redownload within Xmarks for Dolphin to fix the order)
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