UPDATE October 4th, 2010: See http://www.xmarks.com/about/shutdown for more information, but it appears Xmarks may not need to shutter synchronization services in January 2011. Stay tuned!
Xmarks will be shutting down our free browser synchronization (and related) services on January 10, 2011. For details on how to transition to recommended alternatives, check out this page.
For the full story behind the Xmarks shutdown, please read our blog post on the topic, as well as our FAQ here. If you have an idea on how to keep Xmarks running, let us know!
We heartily thank you all for being a part of the Xmarks community; it's been an honor for our work to be found useful by so many over the past couple years.
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I moved from Windows to Mac recently, and been able to just install Last Pass and
XMarks and then sign in, and then have all my bookmarks, usernames & passwords, like they were when I was on my Windows computer was worth the fee alone. I also have iPad, iPhone, and with the Lastpass app I have all my usernames & passwords available on these devices too.
I renewed my yearly membership back in December. It cost me $20 (£13) for the Lastpass & XMarks bundle package. Its well worth the price and I will continue to support the developers of these fantastic pieces of software. Well done to all concerned.