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Like Google Chrome, I thought that Safari was connected between devices. Where you can bookmark a page, and look at it from another device. I bookmarked a page on my Mac, and got on my PC, and found that it was not there. I was annoyed, because I had to look elsewhere for the link.

The same thing happened before, where I bookmarked a link on my iPhone, and got on my Mac and the link wasn't there. It's annoying, and I was wondering if there was a way that I can connect Safari between devices. Like signing in with Chrome.

asked Nov 21 '12 at 18:55

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I think iCloud does that, I'm not sure.

answered Nov 21 '12 at 19:03

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Can I sign into iCloud on a PC?

(Nov 21 '12 at 19:16) Curtis Coburn Curtis%20Coburn's gravatar image

I figured it out, but am disappointed because I NEED OS X 10.7.4. I don't feel the need to upgrade my Mac because it's doing all I need, and don't feel I need an upgrade for just web browsing.

I guess chrome will be better for me. More devices, available on ALL software.

iOS

Linux

Mac

Windows

Android

Windows Phone

RT

(Nov 21 '12 at 19:26) Curtis Coburn Curtis%20Coburn's gravatar image
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