A few days ago, it was announced that the popular synchronization service of browser bookmarks Xmarks would close in 90 days due to the fact that the company did not find a suitable business model. However, it is possible that the service will get a second life.
CEO Xmarks Inc. James Joaquin wrote yesterday in a blog that he received a lot of feedback from users that they are willing to pay for using Xmarks. Initially, the service was fundamentally positioned as free, but in current circumstances, the company decided to consider this idea.
The creators of Xmarks have created a page in the bank of promises, on which anyone who is willing to pay 10-20 dollars a year for using the service can be noted. A credit card is not required, but it is worth mentioning there only if you are really ready and able to pay: ')