Xmarks testing bookmark, password sync for Google Chrome browser
Xmarks makes a popular plugin for those browsers that lets you not only backup and synchronize your bookmarks, but also your saved passwords. That means you can create a bookmark or save your login and password information for a site in Firefox on one computer, load Internet Explorer on the same PC or another, and have the same passwords and bookmarks.
And now Xmarks is working on a Google Chrome plugin. Of course, the stable version of Chrome doesn't support plugins yet, so you'll need to use the developer channel version of Chrome. If you're already using Chrome, one of the easiest ways to switch channels is to use the Google Channel Changer and then when Chrome checks for updates it will install the latest developer build.
Xmarks for Chrome is still in the early alpha stages. You can sign up to request an invitation. But you should keep in mind that we're talking about using a pre-release plugin on a pre-release browser, so don't expect a flawless user experience at this point.