If you’re like me you probably have a huge number of browsers installed on your system. And surprisingly, I use most of them at some point of time or the other. One main reason is for testing whenever I am working on a new theme or site.
If you’re using browsers for browsing, you will feel lost when you don’t have all your favorites in place.
Transmute is a bookmark converter that enables you to import and export your bookmarks and favorites between Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Apple Safari, Chromium, Flock and Konqueror. You can export bookmarks to the root or a designated subfolder and also create a backup file.
Transmute boasts of several features besides just the multiple browser support. For starters, Transmute will timestamp and back up your bookmark collections before changes are made, providing extra safety.
It can also run on Linux and Mac via use of the Mono Framework and if you decide to go pro (for a fee), you get tonnes of features including support for Google Bookmarks and Delicious.