If you’re looking for a way to keep your Safari bookmarks consistent from computer to computer,
SweetCocoa has come up with a solution: JeepSafari. “Think of it as iSync for Safari,” they explained.
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Safari is Apple’s own Web browser software, now in circulation as a public beta. Safari was released earlier this month during Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, Calif. The software is based on KHTML and KJS software, part of the KDE open source project.
Just like Safari, JeepSafari software is dependent on Mac OS X 10.2 or later and requires access to a .Mac account. When you run JeepSafari, it synchronizes your copy of Safari’s bookmarks, so you can keep the same bookmarks on any other Macs you work on. Each time you go to a new machine, run JeepSafari and the bookmarks will be automatically synchronized.
JeepSafari is distributed as freeware.