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Google Browser Sync for Firefox

notes from Clif and article from SarahInTampa, Jun 2006


From SarahInTampa

Google has released an extension for the Firefox web browser that is now, quite possibly, one of my favorite extension to date. Google Browser Sync for Firefox continuously synchronizes your browser settings – including bookmarks, history, persistent cookies, and saved passwords – across your computers ...


read the rest of this article at Sarah's blog


Notes from Clif

I decided to try Google Browser Sync out in my Firefox browser and I first ran the Terms of Service agreement through EulaYzer. Eulayzer picked up more than a usual amount of references to advertising and third parties, but I really didn't see anything I would personally worry about. I'm not paranoid when it comes to Google so I decided to install it anyway. To make a long story short, so far I haven't been able to get it to work. While I was looking around, I found another cool service that does something similar to Google Browser Sync called Foxmarks. I checked out their privacy policy because they store your bookmarks at their site. It doesn't look too bad, so I may try it out someday.