I'm looking for an easy way to sync bookmarks between multiple browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge) on multiple Desktop computers (Windows, OSX, Linux) and phones (iOS, Android, Windows Mobile).
About 10 years ago I was very happy using https://del.icio.us/ . However, the webservice seems to have lost traction, has been sold to a new owner and even the landing page is cluttered with untrustworthy ads. I'm not sure if this is the kind of service that I want to trust in the future.
I've also had a look at https://xmarks.com , but I also have the impression that the service is poorly maintained and might be fading away over time. Also some essential features, like the iPhone app, require a Pro subscription.
I've also tried Evernote. However, bookmarks in Evernote are essentially just notes. So to find a bookmark, I would have to first find it between my thousands of other notes in a separate application. I'm more looking for a tool/service that provides me a traditional bookmark menu in my browsers.
The same problem applies to all the reading list services, such as getpocket.com . Pocket has integrations with most relevant browsers on almost all relevant operating systems. However, it's not meant to store and sort bookmarks. It's more focused on the "save now, read later, then throw away" workflow for articles/blog posts.
And last but not least, most browsers have their own propretietary bookmark syncing service. But from my understanding, it's always limited to the same platform/ecosystem (i.e. Chrome only syncs with Chrome).
So, what's the 2016 approach for bookmark syncing?