I'm using various Google services, one of them being Google Bookmarks.
I have a lot of bookmarks saved. They were created long time ago, when I found that it was cool to have a browser-independent service to store all my bookmarks.
But now I'm using Google Chrome as my browser and have started to use its bookmarks feature. This is a cloud service which synchronises all my bookmarks and makes them accessible every time I sign in to Chrome—so it is machine-independent. And it has folders, and tools for search and export.
Does this mean that the Google Bookmarks service has become useless? Or is there some feature of Google Bookmarks that Chrome does not provide?