Told you last week about Google’s plans to kill off the semi-popular Google Browser Sync extension. According to Ars Technica, while they were tossing the dirt in the hole – somebody decided to do this:
Google is distributing the Browser Sync source code under the BSD license and is making it available through a Subversion source control repository on the Google Code website.
Good news for those of us who really liked this add-on. The reason for its popularity is that it didn’t just sync up your bookmarks. It also would transfer your passwords, history and cookies.
Personally, I am looking forward to giving Weave a shot (Mozilla’s version of the same service) due to the fact that Mozilla would know how to do it best. Right now from what I have seen, it looks like it is still kind of buggy.
Not much is up on the Google Code page for BrowserSync but will be worth keeping an eye on in the next few weeks and months ahead.