Most of us use the same web browser across multiple computers. Synchronisation tools such as Mozilla Weave or Foxmarks enable us to keep the same bookmarks across various computers where you have Firefox installed. It’s a seamless process. Just add a website to your bookmarks and, when you start up your other computer, you’ll find the same bookmark updated in Firefox.
Snag is, we don’t always use the same browser on every machine. Some users prefer Firefox on their Windows desktop and Safari on their Mac-based laptop. Now with Google Chrome, some users have moved to this as their browser of choice. Sadly there’s no Mac or Linux version available.
Synchronising different bookmarks across your computers is another problem entirely. You can’t synchronise your Firefox and Safari bookmarks, automatically.
Transmute is an answer to this problem. It is a simple conversion tool that enables you to import bookmarks from one browser and then export for another. For example, load the bookmarks from Google Chrome on your Windows desktop and export for Apple Safari on your Mac.
The only downside is that this app is Windows-only, so you can’t convert between your Mac browsers.
- Coverting Bookmarks within Browsers Using Transmute 2.05
- Synchronise Bookmarks using Xmarks for Firefox 3.0.1
- Synchronize Bookmark File between Multiple Computers through Transmute
- Synchronize Bookmark and Password with Xmarks for Firefox 3.4.6
- Mozilla Weave Sync 1.0
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