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How to sync bookmarks between Firefox, Chrome, and Safari on multiple computers?

I normally use Google Chrome as my default browser in two different PCs. And its sync functionality automatically syncs all the bookmarks between the two browsers. Nowadays Firefox has similar auto-sync functionality. But is there any way to share Chrome bookmarks automatically across different browsers like Firefox and IE? I know it can be done manually. But I need an automated process. Maybe using some extensions/add-on?

Does any other bookmarking service provider have this functionality?

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Xmarks will sync across browsers. It supports Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari (Mac OS).

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