I've googled but haven't found any solution yet.
I need to be able to transfer bookmarks from my desktop to my mobile Android devices (phone and tablet for now).
I need periodic transfer (update) when I have enough new bookmarks on my desktop, to get them to my mobile devices. When I choose to do so.
I don't mind doing import export and "jump through hoops" if needed (we're Slackware users afterall
I only need it one way for now, desktop to mobile (both ways would be a bonus but not necessary right now).
I don't want to use any sync or go through any third party online services.
It all has to happen at my place and off-line. I don't want to be dependent on anyone else!!!
My research so far shows that Firefox, Chrome, and Opera can't do it.
They all omitted the imported/export functionality in their mobile browsers for online sync.
I have not tried any other browsers for Android yet.
Anyone knows of any other browser for Android that can import Firefox bookmarks or html file?
If I have to give up Firefox on desktop then I gladly will if there is another browser with similar features that runs on Slackware.
I'm getting seriously dissatisfied with Mozilla and their direction.
And the regular versions of Firefox are getting quite "Gnomized" by the idiots (Alex Limi one of the worst) in Mozilla UX team so I switched to the ESR version and will not go back to the regular one any more.
So I don't mind switching to another browser at all. It looks like Mozilla is a sinking ship unless they get their shit together.
And Firefox mobile is a dysfunctional garbage.