If you use the Google Chrome browser, you may find that you need to export your bookmarks from Chrome to another browser or another device. For example, you may want your Google Chrome browser’s bookmarks on your mobile device, such as your smartphone or tablet.
Some tablets, such as Kindle Fire only allow you to use their browser, which means if you want your bookmarks from your Chrome browser, you must export them and import them into whichever device you’re using.
Luckily, it’s easy to import your Chrome bookmarks.
1. Open Your Google Chrome Browser
The first thing you must do is open your Chrome browser. You’ll need to go to the device you wish to import your bookmarks from. If your bookmarks are associated with a particular Google login, you’ll have to log in to that account as well. Make sure you are in the correct account and that the bookmarks you wish to transfer are there.