Don't mark as duplicate before reading, as i read the posts and didn't found the solution.

I need to know i there anyway by which i can synchronize the browsing history and bookmarks between chrome and firefox(don't want to import every time from the other browser).

Because i love to use both the browsers, but due to my browsing history and bookmarks, i have to choose which one to use at what time. I want to know is there any seamless way by which this can be done(in the background).

Previously i tried using xmarks, but it doesn't work quite well(seamlessly).

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    I currently use xmarks and from my perspective it does it seamlessly. When I bookmark a page in either browswer the other browser will automatically have the bookmark when I look. When did you last try Xmarks. Describe what is not seamless from your perspective. There are very few bookmark mangagers that work across all browsers and platforms. – Ramhound Aug 29 '13 at 15:00
  • @Ramhound It doesn't do automatic background sync. As i have to sync manually by clicking sync button or it takes time while i close the browser(firefox) to sync to server. – mbaljeetsingh Aug 29 '13 at 15:08
  • I have the IE Xmarks also so I don't notice that. I will get back with you. There is only one other alternative to Xmarks and its not nearly as good as Xmarks. – Ramhound Aug 29 '13 at 15:10
  • @Ramhound oh yes, i unchecked the option of sync on shutdown, now no problem. But you can tell me anytime if there's better alternative. – mbaljeetsingh Aug 29 '13 at 15:13
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    Delicious is the only alternative I am aware of to in the cloud bookmark manager that would allow for something like you want ( multiple browsers with the same bookmarks ). – Ramhound Aug 29 '13 at 15:28

There are a few alternatives to Xmarks, i prefer Delecious for synching bookmakrs between different browsers and machines,

here is a link which gives top three alternatives to Xmarks-

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