Owning an Android device also means having to own a Google account, which allows you to sync and integrate many of Google’s services to your mobile phone. One of those privileges is syncing your Google Chrome bookmarks directly with your Android device.
The steps for doing that are actually very easy–short and sweet, in fact. To sync your Google Chrome bookmarks with your Android device, you will be needing a Google account–which presumably you already have–and support from an Android app called ChromeMarks.
First, you need to sync your local Google Chrome bookmarks with your Google account in the following manner:
Now that your Google Chrome bookmarks are synced with your Google account, you can now access them using your Android device.
To do this, you will be needing the help of a third-party app called ChromeMarks. You can download ChromeMarks free from the Android Market.
Assuming you’ve already downloaded and installed ChromeMarks to your Android device, here’s how to access your synced bookmarks on your Android device:
The lite version of ChromeMarks only offers a one-way syncing process–from browser to phone. But, its premium version allows you to sync your Android browser bookmarks to your desktop via Google Chrome and vice-versa.
The pro version of ChromeMarks lets you enjoy the following features:
The unlocked version of the app costs approximately US$2.00–a cheap price that offers a unified Android browser and Google Chrome web browsing.
With syncing capabilities on your device, you can now browse the Web on your desktop, and also on-the-go via your Android phone or tablet.
What other alternative ways do you know that syncs your Google Chrome browser on your Android phone?