The Chrome development team just pushed live to the dev channel the new Google Chrome with version number 126.96.36.199. This contains a lots of bug fixes but one major new feature too – bookmark synchronization.
Now you can synchronize your bookmarks across multiple Chrome installations (multiple computers). To activate bookmark synchronization, start Chrome with the “–enable-sync” flag. After you fill in your Google Account data, Chrome will upload and store your bookmarks. Now when you add or modify a bookmark, the changes will be sent to the cloud and immediately broadcast to all other computers for which you’ve activated bookmark sync (using the same XMPP technology as Google Talk).
Read the announcement and enjoy this new feature from Google Chrome.