Last May I compared Xmarks and LastPass. After trying both I decided LastPass was just too complicated and I uninstalled it. I was pretty happy with Xmarks, which just stays out of your way and keeps your browsers in sync. A few months after my decision to stick with Xmarks it started to look like the company was about to fold. Then we were told they weren’t folding, and they found a buyer. Now we know who the buyer is. It’s LastPass, of course.
This would be troubling to me if it wasn’t for two things – 1) I mostly use one computer these days, and 2) I use Google Chrome, which has built in syncing.