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UPDATE: Xmarks Sync NOT Dead Yet
Since we first announced Xmarks was shutting down in 90 days, several companies have expressed genuine and strong interest in acquiring the Xmarks service. James’ blog post first mentioned this last week, and now we’re hopeful that we’ll have news to report this week. So please hang in there with us!
Meanwhile, you can help us prove to potential acquirers of the sync service that Xmarks is a valuable asset: if you would pay $10 per year to continue to use Xmarks, please pledge your support.
What you need to know:
* Where to Get Updates from Xmarks
Please watch our blog for the latest developments. As soon as we know what’s going to happen, we’ll share it with you there first. (Alternately, you can also follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook, as we’ll post alerts of any new blog posts there too.)
* Other Shutdown (or Not?) Questions
Please see our Shutdown FAQ if you have questions related to our potential shutdown that you don’t see answered above.
* More Sync Options
If you have need of syncing more than just bookmarks between computers, here are two great services we recommend you try out. Both offer a free plan with no payment obligation.
Evernote lets you save entire webpages, including text, links and images. It keeps everything synchronized across your computer, phone and the web. In addition to storing webpages, Evernote also allows you to take notes, store to-dos, snap photos and more. SugarSync is easy, secure online file sync and backup. Keep your files, photos, and music stored in the cloud so you can access them anytime. Works with PC and Mac plus mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, Android, and more. Try it Free!