ymarks is described as 'free and open source add-on for several modern web browsers with a server component written in C that allows you to synchronize your browser's bookmarks with an SQLite3 database that can be hosted either on your local machine or somewhere in your intranet (or' and is an app in the Web Browsers category. There are more than 10 alternatives to ymarks for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Google Chrome, Firefox, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Firefox Sync, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like ymarks are Floccus (Free, Open Source), EverSync (Freemium), Bookmark OS (Freemium) and xBrowserSync (Free, Open Source).
The goal of this project is to build a browser extension that syncs your browser data with Nextcloud. Historically this was once possible using the mozilla sync owncloud app. However, Mozilla tried to improve Firefox Sync and dropped support for the old API.
Enjoy the access to your favorite sites, bookmarks, tabs from any computer and any browser - with perfect ease! Eversync will keep your favorite content within your immediate reach at all times! Features:
xBrowserSync is a completely free and open source tool for syncing your bookmarks and browser data between your various browsers and devices. xBrowserSync respects your privacy and gives you complete anonymity — no sign up is required and no personal data is ever collected.
Syncmarx leverages your favorite cloud file hosting services to synchronize your bookmarks between browsers. Simply install the syncmarx extension, authenticate with a cloud file hosting service, and create a local bookmarks profile.
This extension indexes all your bookmark items once and updates its indexing database when a change occurs in your bookmark tree like a new bookmark being added, removed or modified. This database can then be used to find matching terms using the extension's popup window.