With a sh1tload of different web browsers around, lots of folks tend to use more than one type of app for their day to day browsing needs. If you belong to that category, here’s something that you might find useful. Transmute is an application that allows you to convert between different browser bookmark formats. That is, it allows you to import/export, sync and update your bookmarks across different browsers. It’s actually a quick and easy way to keep your bookmarks organized, up to date and available in all the web browsers you use.
As of now transmute supports a number of different web browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Apple Safari, Chromium, Flock and Konqueror!. There are advanced features such as duplicate bookmark removal and web services bookmarking but those are only available in the Pro version (which is not free :p ). The basic version however is suffice for the average user and has all the core functions you’d expect from Transmute.
The software is lightweight but that’s not what I like most about it. It’s portable (there is a separate build) – you can carry it around in your flash drive or portable hard drive and run on any machine without installation.
Transmute’s download page kinda forces you to download the Pro version. Even if you choose to download the ‘Free’’ version, you’ll be taken to a trial offer page for Pro. Since this can be an annoyance, we’ve included the direct download link to free version below:
[Click Here] to download Transmute 1.66 Free
[Click Here] to download Transmute Portable