Descriptions for Synkmark 2.6
Developer: Sheep Systems
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: http://sheepsystems.com/
A useful and user-oriented application that provides the required tools to synchronize your bookmarks between Firefox, Safari and Chrome
Synkmark is a powerful and intuitive macOS application bookmarks sync utility that enables you to effortlessly manage your bookmarks and synchronize them across your browsers.
Furthermore, Synkmark comes with a user-oriented interface, created to help you easily organize and sort bookmarks, verify links and find duplicate entries very quickly.
Organize and manage your bookmarks with ease
Synkmark seamlessly works with Apple’s Safari, Mozilla's Firefox, as well as Google Chrome, it is also compatible with iCloud, Firefox Sync, and it also allows you to sync bookmarks via your Google account.
It is also worth mentioning that Synkmark does not use the above mentioned sync services directly. Synkmark organizes and stores your bookmarks locally while Firefox, Safari and Chrome take care of the synchronization with other Macs and devices.
Synchronize bookmarks across Firefox, Chrome and Safari
Before starting the synchronization process, you need to decide from which browser you want yo import bookmarks and to which app you want to export them to. The Syncing tab from the Preferences window helps you decide and allows you to customize the syncing process based on your needs.
Once all your bookmarks are loaded, you can organize them, group them and even edit them with just a few mouse clicks and keystrokes. Thanks to the built-in search form, you can easily filter the displayed bookmarks and find the one you are looking for.
Moreover, Synkmark is capable to find duplicates, verify bookmarks and display the synchronization log for in-depth analysis and troubleshooting.
Quickly find and remove duplicates, add tags and check your bookmarks
The Inspector window makes it easy to rename and color code your bookmarks, add tags, write comments and assign shortcuts. You can also view detailed information like the addition or modification date, source browser, visit count, last visited and more.
The file menu helps you import or export bookmarks from a specific browser while the Syncing menu allows you to control the synchronization process.
Taken as a whole, Synkmark's features clearly make it a powerful solution for making sure that all your bookmarks are in sync between multiple web browsers (i.e. Safari, Google Chrome and Firefox).
What’s new in Synkmark 2.6
April 5th, 2018
- Fixed a bug which caused the sheet indicating Sync Status has changed… and prompting Export to sometimes appear two or three times after clicking the Syncing button to make syncing ready.
In the Syncing button in the document toolbar, the Ready state is now indicated by a yellow dot instead of a green dot, to emphasize the fact that syncing is Ready but does not begin until the window is closed:
- Now supports importing and exporting the old Netscape .html files which are still exported and imported by most web browsers and bookmarking services.
- No longer mangles IPv6 numeric literal URLs upon entering them.
No longer fails with Error 54367 when attempting to export to a loose native browser file, or export to a browser installation which has not created a bookmarks file yet (because user has not created any bookmarks):
- If the Launch in Background preference is switched on, and a web browser is the active application before the app is launched, and the app is launched from the macOS Dock or LaunchPad, and one or both Global Keyboard Shortcuts are configured, those keyboard shortcuts now work (as expected) in the web browser immediately, without the user first needing activate a different application and then return to the web browser.