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TechnologyGoogle Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices

14:00  11 september  2019
14:00  11 september  2019 Source:   theverge.com

Google Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices

Google Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices Not available on macOS just yet

Google is bridging the gap between phones and PCs with its latest Chrome 77 update. You can now easily send links between phones and PCs, just by right You can right-click on a link and a new context menu will appear that simply lets you send links to other devices where you use Chrome .

Sending webpages from PC to other devices will now need you to right-click on the webpage and hover your mouse over “ Send to your devices ” option. In related news, Google earlier added a new flag to Chrome Canary, which lets users sync their clipboard across devices while using Google

Google Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices
Google Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices
Google Chrome now lets you send web pages to other devices

Google is starting to make its Chrome 77 browser update available to Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android this week. While there are many visual changes to Chrome this time, Google is introducing a new send webpage to devices feature. You can right-click on a link and a new context menu will appear that simply lets you send links to other devices where you use Chrome.

If you’re using Chrome on iOS you’ll need to have the app open and a small prompt will appear to accept the sent tab. The feature has started showing up on Windows, Android, and iOS versions of Chrome, but it doesn’t appear to be enabled in the macOS variant just yet. Chrome has long supported the ability to browse your open and recent tabs across multiple devices, but this send to device feature just makes things a little quicker if you’re moving from browsing on a PC or laptop to a phone or vice versa.

Google Chrome is getting way better tab management soon

  Google Chrome is getting way better tab management soon It’s finally catching up to rival browsersTab management in Chrome currently requires you to hover over each tab and wait for a description of the tab or to simply spot one visually via the tiny favicon. This can be difficult when you’ve got a lot of tabs open, so Google is addressing it with a new preview that will allow you to hover over tabs quickly to get to the right one.

There's a reason Google Chrome is the most ubiquitous browser out there. Among other things, it works seamlessly across all of your devices , syncing tabs in the background. But sometimes, it's just tedious to find that one tab you wanted to share from your phone to your desktop among the myriad

Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world, and there’s a high chance it’s your browser of choice on both your PC and your phone. Here’s our guide on how to send webpages from Google Chrome on your desktop to your Android device , and then back again. Now you ’ll be able to pick up

The only other main change in Chrome 77 is a new site loading indicator in tabs. A new animation shows a site favicon loading in a circle before expanding once it’s fully loaded. It’s a nice visual indicator to make it easier to spot when a tab is still loading. You can get the latest Chrome 77 update by navigating to help > about Google Chrome in the browser to check for updates.

Google is making it easier to shoot proper portraits on Chromebooks.
For all the odd souls out there who love taking photos with their tablets, Google's latest Chrome OS update is a big one. In addition to adding centralized music controls and support for virtual desktops, Chrome OS 76 adds a new portrait mode to the platform's camera app, the company revealed on Thursday. At launch, portrait mode is available exclusively on the company's Pixel Slate, though Google says it plans to bring the feature to other Chromebooks in the future. Setting aside the usual reactions people have to tablet photography, the fact Google plans to add a portrait mode to other Chromebooks is something of a head-scratcher.

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