Mozilla Firefox includes features that keep your bookmarks and favorite tabs within view. While Mozilla doesn't offer a Firefox browser for iOS, you can sync your Firefox bookmarks with other iPhone browsers or export them to your desktop. Syncing your bookmarks ensures that they stay current but requires installing software on your iPhone and computer. Exporting your bookmarks to Internet Explorer enables you to copy them to your device and store them in iCloud by setting your iTunes preferences.
Save your bookmarks in a folder on your computer by exporting them from Firefox in HTML format. Open the Firefox Library window by launching Firefox, holding down "Shift" and pressing "Ctrl-B." Export your bookmarks by clicking "Import and Backup," choosing "Export Bookmarks to HTML" and clicking "Save."
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Open the Import Settings wizard from Internet Explorer's menu bar, which is hidden by default. Launch IE by pressing the "Windows" key, typing "Internet Explorer" and pressing "Enter." Start the Import Settings wizard by pressing "Alt" to display the menu bar, clicking "File" and choosing "Import and Export."
Import your bookmarks by following the prompts in the wizard. Choose "Import from a File," select "Favorites" and click "Browse" to locate the HTML file on your computer. Click "Import" to add the bookmarks to Internet Explorer.
Transfer the bookmarks to your iPhone's Safari browser by syncing your device with iTunes. Connect your iPhone to your computer, launch iTunes and click "iPhone" in the menu bar. Sync your bookmarks by selecting the "Info" tab, enabling "Sync Bookmarks" and clicking "Apply."
Transfer your bookmarks directly from Firefox by installing Xmarks on your computer and iPhone (see Resources for links). Set up Xmarks in Firefox by clicking "Tools," choosing "Xmarks" and creating an account when prompted. Your bookmarks are transferred to the Xmarks server, and you can access them on your iPhone by launching the Xmarks application and tapping the "Firefox" icon. Tapping a bookmark in Xmarks opens the page within the application, not in Safari.
Access your Firefox bookmarks in Safari by installing Delicious Bookmarks on your computer and iPhone (see Resources for links). After installing the Firefox add-on, click the "Delicious" icon in the Firefox toolbar to visit the website and create a new account. Create Delicious bookmarks by visiting a website in Firefox, clicking the "Tag" button and pressing "Enter." Open a bookmarked page on your iPhone by launching the Delicious application and tapping a bookmark. Safari launches and displays the Web page.
Save bookmarks online by creating a Google or Yahoo account and adding websites to your Bookmarks page (see Resources for links). Visit a website in Firefox and copy the site URL by clicking the address bar and pressing "Ctrl-C." On the Google or Yahoo Bookmarks page, click "Add Bookmark" and paste the URL in the Location field by pressing "Ctrl-V." Open the Bookmarks page in your iPhone's Safari browser and tap a bookmark to display the page.