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2 way sync: iPhone and computer


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I have been trying to find an app (or a browser) that will allow me to keep my bookmarks on my iPhone and computer(s) synced automatically. I use firefox right now but I would consider switching to Chrome.

I thought I had what I was looking for in Firefox Home, but then I discovered that I cannot add bookmarks from my iPhone (i.e., it only syncs one way--from the computer to the iPhone, not the other way around).

I have been reading some stuff about xmarks but I can't really figure out how it works and whether I'd need the premium version ($12 a year I think) to keep my bookmarks synced.

Does anyone know if there is a free app that would give me what I'm looking for? Or do I need to just suck it up and buy xmarks premium?
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