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One great way to send links from your PC to your phone (when using Chrome) is the Google Chrome to Phone Extension. Once you're on the page you want, you click the Chrome to Phone link in Chrome and a link to the page appears in the notification bar on your phone (and you must be signed in to google). I find it very useful.


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Here are 4 free options... 1) The PinDroid app: It's a port from DeliciousDroid and was just added to the market yesterday. It looks pretty sweet. Here's some screenshots. 2) Save the Pinboard.in bookmarklet as a bookmark: (this is still my favorite option) ...


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The Dolphin mobile browser is supposed to have built-in Google Bookmarks sync capability.


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Fox To Phone is a Firefox extension that lets your Phone to Chrome app talk to Firefox.


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By far the easiest way to do this is to use Firefox as your web browser everywhere, and then use Firefox's built in sync functionality. This will (optionally) sync not just your Bookmarks, but also your History, your Saved Passwords and your Preferences, and let you see the recent tabs you've had open on different machines. Start by installing Firefox for ...


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Synchronizing bookmarks between the Android browser and your Chrome desktop browser is now a built-in feature of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).


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The bookmarks are kept in an SQLite database. There is no stock tool to modify them directly. I did, however, find an app that can rearrange the order of your local bookmarks: Bookmark Sort & Backup An issue has been opened about this in Allow User To Arrange Bookmarks In ICS Stock Web Browser.


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According to this Super User answer by goblinbox: The Dolphin mobile browser is supposed to have built-in Google Bookmarks sync capability. An alternative would be to use GoMarks GoMarks is a application that helps you sync and manage your bookmarks with Google Bookmarks. Ideal solution if you on desktop use Google Toolbar, GMarks or any ...


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I believe Fennec (Firefox mobile) will have this feature, but it is currently only in alpha. You can get a copy of the alpha here. Note that you'll need about 40mb+ of internal storage space free to install it.


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http://www.keepitwith.me/ Pc to phone, phone to pc, it works both ways.


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I just stumbled upon Pocket -formerly Read It Later. Might be worth a try.


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Direct editing of PDF content is something hard to achieve. As far as I know, the only solution for this is Qoppa PDF Notes. However: bookmarks (create & edit) and annotations (also create & edit) are possible. The best eBook-Reader on Android, also known as Moon+ Reader Pro, supports this not only for PDF (Pro only!) -- but also for EPUB and other ...


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As noted here, the bookmark sync used in Chrome is separate from Google Bookmarks. The app that Ivo Flipse suggests works only for google bookmarks. There is an app (which I haven't tried) that seems to allow access to Chrome bookmarks called ChromeMarks, but it isn't free. The way that I access my bookmarks is through google docs: go to docs.google.com, ...


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If you're running Android 4.0+, just use Google Chrome both on PC and Android, and associate it with the same Google account. This allows you to sync your browsers so that you can see open tabs from both locations on all devices. You can even have multiple PCs/OSs synced, just use the same Google account. "Sign in to Chrome to sync your open tabs, ...


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I don't see a FireFox extension that bring bookmarks to your phone permanently. There are a few suggestions in this question but they are designed more for sending links on a one-time basis. Getting the Del.icio.us FireFox add-on and the Del.icio.us add-on for the Android dolphin browser might be the best bet. (I knew I saw this somewhere on here... props ...


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You can use an app from Google named Chrome2Phone : http://www.appbrain.com/app/com.google.android.apps.chrometophone. That's a pretty good one !


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Chrome for Android is now out of Beta, and not only does it sync your bookmarks, but also lets you open a browser tab that you have open on another device.


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ChromeMarks is your best bet for accessing Google Chrome bookmarks on your Android device. It takes not more than a few seconds to set up. (There's also a light version which you might want to check out). However, if you want to sync only specific bookmarks, try PhoneMarks - this is a great application as well. Here's the link: There are a few other ...


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Fennec (pre-release FireFox mobile) is supposed to have bookmark synch. I haven't tested it, as the Fennec install keeps failing on my Incredible. :-(


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Xmarks Premium allows to synchronize all bookmarks between different PCs (supports Chrome, Firefox and more) and different mobile phones/tablet (Android, iPhone, Blackberry) for 12$/year.


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Save to Pinboard.


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You'll have to copy and paste. I don't know why the long click doesn't work, but I assume because the url doesn't start with "http". I've found the easiest way to create bookmarklets is to do it on the PC and then import the bookmarks, or by copying the text of the js url to a text file, emailing or dropboxing it to my phone and then copying & ...


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It only limited to your phones internal memory


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Bit of a kludge, but you could create a web page which sends you to Wikipedia and has an icon according to your taste, and bookmark that.


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There's an add-on for Dolphin Browser HD which can sync with Google Bookmarks: Bookmarks to SD. GoMarks for Google Bookmarks is also in Play Store. Do try Xmarks too if you need cloud bookmark sync (not limited to Delicious, Gmarks). It has an Android app as well as Dolphin add-on too. But, its not free on Android.


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I found an app Bookmark Home which adds Add bookmark to the share list. If you send a bookmark to it, it will be stored in the apps own storage, but there is an export option to save all of them in the Browser bookmarks.


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Install Bookmarks to SD add-on of Dolphin Browser HD. Its not only for saving bookmarks to SD, but it features Sync with Google Bookmarks.Use this feature. Then, sync Chrome bookmarks with Google Bookmarks (there're many chrome extensions for that). Done! Another way is to use Xmarks. It has Chrome extension as well as Dolphin add-on. But, you'd need its ...


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Install Clipper and start copying your URLs in clipboard. It creates LIFO stack from clipboard and is exclusively local. To revisit URLs, bring this lightweight app from status bar.. tap URL to copy and paste in address bar. Done! Free version of Clipper limits user to 20 items in stack. If you don't want to purchase its pro version, you can use aNdClip. ...



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