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Do you have a  web enabled cell phone? How about a laptop and a desktop computer? Maybe you use more than one computer like at work or at home? Well if you answered yes to any of the above questions, I got one more question, how do you keep track of your bookmarks?

Wouldn't it be cool if you could save your bookmarks on your home computer and have your cell phone bookmarks automatically be updated. Or maybe you'r at work and want to show your co-worker a cool site you saw at home, like, and wish there was some way to access your home computers bookmarks.

Xmarks is your solution!

I've been using Xmarks since it used to be called Foxmarks (2006), back then it only worked with Firefox. Now Xmarks has successfully been ported to all the major browser, so I thought it was time to let everyone in on this great little secret. Xmarks is the first thing I install on my system after my anti-virus.

Still not convinced you should get Xmarks?
Another awesome feature of Xmarks is its ability to also save your passwords, which means no more trying to remember usernames and passwords for a million different sites, or searching for post-it notes. Recently added is the ability to also track your history, so if you were working on a school project at home you'll have all the work at the school library.

Still not convinced ?
Psst... its free!!!

If you're still reading then you need to go to Xmarks and install their software. It doesn't matter if you use Internet Explorer, FirefoxChrome, or Safari it doesn't even matter what operating system, pc, mac or even linux (Android version coming soon).


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