updated 05:55 pm EST, Wed February 11, 2009
Foxmarks, Inc. has released several variants of its browser add-on, Foxmarks, that can now be used to synchronize bookmarks between Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. The add-ons automatically back up any bookmarks to the company's servers every time a change is made. Users can also view, add, edit and delete bookmarks directly from the Foxmarks website if using a borrowed or public computer, or visit a mobile version of the site to access content from any web-enabled handset.
Foxmarks allows the links to be separated into different groups, determining which bookmarks appear on each computer. Website lists can be shared with friends, with viewing options that include a web page, RSS feed or a widget.
The add-ons are available for free directly from the company. Foxmarks for Firefox supports Firefox 2 or higher and Windows XP, Vista, Mac OS X and Linux platforms. Foxmarks beta for Internet Explorer 6 or 7 requires Windows XP or Vista, while Foxmarks Safari requires Safari 3 and Mac OS X 10.5.