Windows only: Good news for Chrome early adopters: Xmarks, the browser add-on that syncs bookmarks between Firefox, IE, and Safari, has now released an alpha version of the bookmark sync tool for the developer channel of Google Chrome on Windows.
To try it out, you’ll need tosign up for Xmarks beta testing and then click on the sign up button to test Xmarks for Chrome alpha. It’s a limited test, and our admittance is still listed as pending, so we’ll try to update with screenshots when we’re able to try it out. In the meantime, you may want to sign up yourself if you’re willing to test both the latest developer release of Chrome and Xmarks for Chrome alpha.
Xmarks for Chrome is a free download, currently invite only and Windows only.