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InBrowser is stand-alone, with no integration in the Android browser. I can't access saved bookmarks, either. This app gets negative 10 for ease of use.
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Tommie, Company Admin

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Hi JL,

The entire idea behind InBrowser is to be just a stand-alone browser with a small memory footprint and minimal interaction with the current system - to ensure that we don't leave any traces on the device.

Though, it might be a pretty good idea to have InBrowser access saved bookmarks on OTHER browser installed within the system. But having InBrowser save its own passwords is not on our roadmap, it'll be counter-intuitive to the idea behind the app itself.

Thanks for using InBrowser!
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Onion web sites are very hard to keep in mind there must be an alternative to save'm or else we have to write dem down