Safari question

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by dryjoy, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. dryjoy macrumors regular

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    I currently use Chrome as my browser, and the feature I find most useful is that it keeps my bookmarks in sync via my gmail account. So whether I'm on the Mac Pro or the MacBook Pro, I know that my bookmarks are always up to date.

    However, with the new gestures and so on in Lion, I think I might be ready to give Safari another try. It seems to have come on quite a bit, but is there a way to easily duplicate the Chrome functionality of keeping my bookmarks in sync on two Macs?

    I had a look at the Safari extensions gallery, and couldn't find anything to help, but may have missed something.

    If there is a simple answer to this, I will definitely give Safari another go, but if not, I think it is a deal breaker, and I will have to stick with Chrome and wait for them to update it to play nicely with two fingered swiping, proper Lion full-screen mode etc.

    Thanks in advance for you suggestions!
     
  2. dryjoy thread starter macrumors regular

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  3. rhomsy macrumors regular

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    MobileMe does this, and Apple has stated that the free iCloud will provide this feature to everyone. So, you can get iCloud in September along with iOS 5. :)
     
  4. rhomsy macrumors regular

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    MobileMe does this, and Apple has stated that the free iCloud will provide this feature to everyone. So, you can get iCloud in September along with iOS 5. :)
     

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