Mozilla releases first beta of Weave Sync add-on

By Jos ยท 6 replies
Nov 17, 2009
  1. Nearly two years after unveiling the project, Mozilla is finally offering the first beta of its experimental Weave Sync add-on for Firefox. The service is intended to synchronize bookmarks, passwords and web history across browsers on multiple devices, including smartphones when Fennec is released next year. Data is sent up to Mozilla's servers and back down again to any other instances of Firefox you use.

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  2. shaga

    shaga TS Rookie

    Says "not valid installation package". :eek:
  3. shaga

    shaga TS Rookie

    Works now. Their file was corrupt for a second or I was just too fast. :)
  4. Vicenarian

    Vicenarian TS Booster Posts: 104   +10

    Foxmarks (now called Xmarks) does almost the same thing I syncs bookmarks/passwords across computers, even different browsers I think, and has worked great for me for a long time now.
  5. guyver1

    guyver1 TS Booster Posts: 110

    Once again Firefox is playing copycat/catchup with Opera ;)
  6. levar

    levar TS Rookie Posts: 229

    yep but now all browsers are doing this Google latest Beta implemented bookmark sync Xmarks and other bookmark add-ons will be done for I gotta test this out.
  7. Kcircyrd

    Kcircyrd TS Rookie Posts: 216

    It works well for us, and we trust Mozilla / Firefox to do their homework and be sure it is right before release.
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