EverSync Reviews

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**A LIFESAVER. ** Replaced Xmarks and cleaned up the huge mess that Xmarks made. Killed duplicates and empty folders really easily, all done with an awesome interface (both local and web) that's way easier to use than Xmark's. This totally saved my set of bookmarks from the Xmarks disaster. I would give this thing 10 stars if I could.

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I am convinced, that EverSync ...

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EverSync is the best replacement for XMarks, which stops syncing with May 1, 2018

I am convinced, EverSync is the best replacement for XMarks, which is no longer available after May 1, 2018. EverSync is a multi-platform bookmark syncing service, very useful, if you want to sync your bookmarks on more than one browser. As XMarks did, its service works with browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer or a smartphone app for Android, iOS or Windows Phone.

On April 2nd, 2018 I have registered to a free EverSync-Account on my first computer and did the first bookmarks-sync (as the first step only on this one computer) parallel to XMarks. On my Lumia 640 smartphone with Windows Phone and on my job-computer I first uninstalled the XMarks-FF-AddOn and then installed the Eversync-Firefox-Addon. With EverSync it's very easy to find and delete empty folders and to find all bookmarks. EverySync is a very perfect replacement for XMarks, which I used about several years without greater problems.

Until March, 30 2018, when I got the E-Mail "Support for Xmarks is ending on May 1, 2018" I would have given a rating of 5 stars to XMarks. Because a free bookmark-sync-AddOn for more than one browser is very important for me, I do not like the discontinuing of the XMarks-service. So my new rating for XMarks now is only one star. My rating for EverSync ist 5 stars and my recommendation is to replace XMarks with EverSync.

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I was looking for something to smooth a possible migration over to Firefox for daily use.

Pleasantly surprised at how smooth this has operated. It has backups in case you screw up, and you can decide whether to merge, download, or upload into the server.

My one piece of feedback is that the UI has a dated feel to it.

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better alternative of Xmarks Bookmark Sync 
Recommended to sync bookmark across browsers

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Thanks for the recommendation, you saved my _$$ from Xmarks.

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bookmark syncs working! good it!

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I suppose it's quite generous in free mode - I wouldn't know (being generous with the 3 stars, in case the issues are due to my not understanding how to use this program). It refuses to import/sync with my Waterfox bookmarks... or import the file to Comodo. Looks pretty, though... ???
If this is the best alternative to xmarks... VERY disappointed.

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This is the closest thing to X...

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This is definitely needed since the fall of Xmarks. This is the closest (FREE and reasonably priced) thing to Xmarks that I can find. It doesn't have the home/work profile ability that xmarks had, but I need something to use for now. I've made 2 accounts so I may experiment with that more to have separate bookmarks. It does have an online web interface, so I plan to use my work bookmarks at home (if needed) and vice versa by accessing the web gui. Or even switching accounts login back and forth. It's compatible with the most browsers of any others as well.

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Does it do the job of Xmarks, yes for the most part. The UI could really use some work as I'm not getting a full sense of what is going on like I did with Xmarks. My biggest gripe is I feel I have to babysit this thing too often it appears I have been logged out, and when I click the login it button boom I'm in without actually clicking anything, so it's not a coookie issue it seems. Then I've been jumping between browsers and computers and bookmarks that were changes weeks ago aren't there, because well I wasn't watching properly if I was logged in or not. Issues that didn't appear to Xmarks, but hey this is still alive so that's nice.

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I agree with everything you said. I had this issue once (since I started it 3 days ago) and it was with firefox. I dominantly use Chrome and haven't seen that issue with Chrome yet. It's better than nothing, as you said :)

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does the job. found it after years with Xmarks

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