10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Rick Sue-Poi on 30/05/2014
by Michael Ski on 06/05/2014
Ran on my rooted Samsung Galaxy Epic 4G (S1) with Cyanogenmod 11. Chrome browser was a real pig on this dinosaur of a smartphone. This got my Chrome bookmarks onto the stock browser. Happy days. Note: Ran this prior to deleting Chrome App from phone. Memory was very low and this crashed the first time I ran it. Deleted Chrome and then it ran fine.
by miqiee on 03/05/2014
It's listed as free but gave nag screens and finally stopped working. Guess if I pay it'll start again.
by Steve Sinclair on 02/05/2014
All I want is to import a bookmarks html file. Came up with an error. Didnt do anything. Fail.
by T B on 23/02/2014
by Moe Moe Masaung on 12/12/2013
by Raymond Eldreth on 30/10/2013
This is a useless app. Only thing it does is load saved bm from sd card. Does no importing. Waste of time.
by Miika Valve on 19/05/2013
I mean really?! I'm amazed how a simple thing is made so complicated and user unfriendly. Apps like these shouldn't be even available on Play store
by Vag Sta on 07/04/2013
Tried many the only one which doing the job. 1400 bookmarks in 15 folders imported and folders and bookmarks everything in place. Thanks.
by Jeff Yamada on 15/03/2013
Works fine on my dated LG Optimus S. Oddly there was a message that popped up while importing a bookmarks.htm file from my desktop browser stating folders aren't supported but after it finished my folders and links, some sorted alphabetically and some just random (just like in my desktop browser) were all there when I opened the app up to check.
by Peter Erdos on 04/02/2013
Exported from Chrome, imported to stock CyanogenMod 9 browser on SGS2. Bookmarks sync is not working between the two browsers since i enabled passphrase encryption on Google Chrome (on the PC) so i needed something to import my bookmarks into my phone. Hint: follow the on-screen instruction when using this app, you shouldn't have any issues. Also important, if you are using other browsers on your
by Bryan Fitzpatrick on 27/01/2013
Really, what's the point?