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Google Chrome 77 lets you send webpage between Devices

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Google Chrome 77 lets you send webpage between Devices

Google Chrome has been working on a new feature that lets you send web page between device. The Google Chrome 77 browser update available to Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android this week.

The Update brings along with a number of visual changes, along with a refreshed Downloads page design as well. Here, 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.

While you can already see open tabs across devices via the history section. This option can ensure that you’ll be able to access a particular page even if you mobile internet doesn’t work.

You can also send a page from your phone to a desktop or laptop, in case you were reading something during commute and want to move to a bigger screen when you get home. Simply tap on the three-dot more menu in your mobile browser and chooses Share to see an option that says Send to your devices, which brings up the devices you can send a page to. We are able to toss open tabs from an Android phone to Chrome for Mac and vice versa.

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Chrome 7 also introduces a new Downloads page design that is reminiscent of the new Files app on Android 10. Google has done away with the expandable menu and now offers content filters, which you can easily tap to select at the top.

The other main change in Chrome 77 is new site loading indicator is 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.

The web page sending feature is already live for Windows, Android, and Linux users, with support for Mac coming soon. User can head to Help > About Google Chrome to see if the update is waiting for you or has it already been applied.

Via: The Verge, 9to5Google

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