Syncing bookmarks is a very useful feature—sometimes you need to go to that website you need for your work, but your computer isn’t around. The problem is that you don’t always want to use the same browser on both devices. If you have a Samsung smartphone, this will get easier: the native browser now connects to Google Chrome.
The novelty was being tested on the Samsung Internet beta channel, and is now available to everyone in version 220.127.116.11, which is now available for download on the Google Play Store and the Samsung Galaxy Store.
Sync depends on extension
The connection is not direct in Google Chrome. You need to install a browser extension called Samsung Internet Chrome Extension. It is now available on Chrome Web Store.
After installing, you must log in with your Samsung account, click on “Chrome Bookmarks” and then on “Import”.
You also need to enable syncing on Samsung Internet on your phone, and the app needs to be on the latest version. Go to the settings page and enable the Samsung Cloud Sync option.
Your computer bookmarks will appear on your phone in a folder called “Chrome Bookmarks”.
Options for other platforms
Chrome extensions work in other browsers built on the foundation of the Chromium project, such as Opera and Microsoft Edge. It is possible that syncing works with them as well, giving more options to the computer.
Samsung Internet is not the first browser to sync with others. Apple’s Safari also offers the feature, which is very useful for those who have an iPhone but don’t have a Mac. With the iCloud app, available on Microsoft Storeyou can sync bookmarks and other information with Windows.
With information: XDA-Developers.