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This article was published on March 10, 2015


Opera adds bookmark syncing across desktops, Android and iOS

Opera adds bookmark syncing across desktops, Android and iOS
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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At long last, Opera has finally added bookmark syncing to its browser across desktop and mobile devices.

The new feature requires users to log in to their desktop or mobile browser with an Opera account. Once you’re signed in, you can access your bookmarks across all your devices.

Bookmark sync has been available on competing browsers like Firefox and Chrome for a while now. Still, it’s nice to know that Opera is trying to keep up with the times — even if they’re pretty late to the game.

Opera [Windows | OS XLinux | Android | Opera Mini for iOS]

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