One of the next novelties of Google Chrome will connect even more your mobile and your computer

One of the next novelties of Google Chrome will connect even more your mobile and your computer

Google Chrome has always been one of the most prolific products of the American company, and a couple of years ago it reached a point of maturity that has made it conquer many more users, both on the mobile and on desktop platforms.

Good design, speed and synchronization with our Google account are just some of the virtues with which Google Chrome has, but undoubtedly, synchronization with all passwords and bookmarks in our account is one of its greatest advantages, and Now, another novelty that is about to reach Google Chrome could connect even more your mobile and your computer.

And, as you can read in XDA Developers, Chromium, the open source browser from which Google takes the source code to do Google Chrome, has mentioned the inclusion in its browser of a mechanism of self-sharing, which they describe as a action that “allows users to transfer tabs from Android devices to allow a synchronized computer to open that same tab”.

One of the next novelties of Google Chrome will connect even more your mobile and your computer

At the moment, we do not know more about this new function, but the truth is that it would have all the logic of the world that this self-shared was bidirectional, and allowed us to send and receive tabs with both our smartphone and our desktop device.

In our opinion, it is a very useful function, since there are some occasions when we are reading or looking for information outside the home or our workplace, which we will need in one of these two sites, therefore, facilitating this self-shared between the mobile and the computer seems a good idea.

As you can imagine, there is no date for the arrival of this new way to share a tab, what is clear is that it will arrive to our devices sooner rather than later.

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