Firefox users who might be using Xmarks (or Foxmarks, as it was previously called) are in for a spot of bad news, as the company has announced that its bookmark-sync service will be shutting down in 90-days. The reason behind this bad news is the lack of a profitable business model and the inability to sell to another company. While the service has been very useful, Firefox has since introduced its own free bookmark-syncing service, making the use of Xmarks rather redundant. The company has set up a page offering suggestions for users looking for alternatives to the service.
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