Chrync is a nifty Windows Phone app that lets you sync your Chrome Browser bookmarks to your Windows Phone. The app doesn't require any special extensions for your PC browser and speaks to Chrome through Google servers over a secure link.
Looking for a way to import your Opera desktop browser favorites to your Windows Phone? Look no further, Opera Link for WP7 is an app that will pull your Opera desktop favorites on to your Windows Phone for Internet Explorer to use. Opera Link won't import the bookmarks into IE but acts as a middle man of sorts. From Opera Link, just tap on the link and IE launches.
The process is quick and painless to set up. From the Tools Menu on the Opera desktop browser, you set up an Opera Link account (Tools>Synchronize Opera>My Opera Link Page). You'll use this account information when you load the Opera Link for WP7 on your Windows Phone. The app will then sync your Opera bookmarks, notes and speed dials.
Should you be using a mobile device that runs Opera Mobile or Mini, the Opera Link will keep all your devices in sync as well. Opera Link for WP7 is a free application and you can find it here (opens Zune) at the Marketplace.
The popular Browser+ addon for Mobile Internet Explorer (see previous coverage) just got bumped to v1.5 and is now available in the Marketplace, still for $0.99.
Version 1.5 is pretty significant in that it adds Favorites support, a feature that many have been clamoring for since v1.0. Overall, the addition of Favorites works flawlessly, allowing easy access to your bookmarks, adding a new bookmark and seeing browser history.
No other changes are noted but we think the addition of Favorites will go a long way to getting people to use this browser full time now. Oh, and the developer, Sriram Krishnan, lets us know he has some "interesting stuff planned" for future updates.