I am looking for a Chromium-based browser which support sync out of the box.

I want to sync:

  • Browser history
  • Bookmarks
  • Passwords

With "sync" I mean "sync between desktop (Linux) and Android".

Required Features:

  • the browser needs to be based upon Chromium
  • the browser needs to be open source
  • An alternative solution would be xbrowsersync.org. This open source tool provides syncing for several browsers
    – guettli
    Oct 13 at 6:31
  • An open source web browser may be the best for trustworthiness, but maintaining a web browser and keeping it secure requires a lot of man power. The only organization I know that has enough power to provide a secure browser with recent security fixes is Mozilla but of course Firefox is not Chromium based. So on open source Chromium based web browser you would in my opinion sacrifice security for trustworthiness.
    – Robert
    Oct 14 at 10:26
  • I switched from Firefox to Chromium several months ago, and I don't want to go back. Why should I not trust chromium?
    – guettli
    Oct 14 at 11:35
  • I never said that you distrust Chromium. In your questions you asked for an open source Chromium based web browser. Based on this it is clear that you don't trust Chrome (has everything you want except open source) because otherwise you would not ask for an open source based web browser.
    – Robert
    Oct 14 at 12:38

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