Chrome-to-Phone Instantly Sends Web Content from PC to Phone
Google today introduced a new feature that is used with both its Chrome browser and Android handsets running 2.2 Froyo and up. A new Chrome extension adds a button to Google's Chrome browser that sends the current web page, map, YouTube video, or selected phone number or text directly to a user's Android phone. That content can then be accessed on the Android phone. In order for Chrome-to-Phone to work properly, Chrome users need tto install the proper extension in addition to the Chrome-to-Phone application from the Android Market. Both require a few steps to properly activate. Chrome-to-Phone is first available in English only. Google said it will add more languages over time. Both the extension and Android application are free to install and use.
Chrome for Android Speaks More Languages
Google today announced several improvements headed to its Chrome browser for Android devices. Primarily, the newest version of Chrome is better at translating languages.
Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS Debuts in App Store
Google today published a version of its Chrome Remote Desktop application on the App Store for iOS devices. The app allows iPhone and iPad owners to remotely access their home computers.
Google Adds Tap-to-Search Feature to Chrome
Google today revealed a new feature for the Chrome browser on Android devices that lets people quickly search by tapping text. Users can tap any word on a web page when using Chrome and Chrome will automatically search the web for that word in the context of the web site on which it is found.
Google Adds Android Pay to Chrome
Google recently updated its Chrome browser for Android devices with several performance improvements. Fire and foremost, Android users can rely on Android Pay to make purchases online when browsing.
just got this
I mean it does look interesting, but, is this more an effort in doing something so it can be done, or does it have a use? Since I'm stuck on 2.1, can't try myself.