Google makes it easy to send Google Chrome tabs from one device to another in a number of different ways. To share tabs in Chrome, you need Chrome 77 or later installed on your device, a synced Google account you’re signed in to, and the tab you want to share open. Once you’ve sorted out these requirements, you’ll need to follow the steps below to send a Google Chrome tab from your desktop to your Android device.
Share Chrome tabs via QR code
One of the easiest ways to share Chrome tabs between devices is to create a QR code for the tab you want to send. Here’s how to do it.
- navigate to Web page you want to send.
In the address bar at the top of the page, click share icon and select QR code.
This QR code will be generated and displayed in the upper right corner of the browser.
On your Android device, tap three-dot button in the upper right corner of the screen.
- choose share button and select QR code.
When the QR code is displayed in share tab, tap scanning And point the camera on your Android device at the QR code on the desktop.
The tab should automatically open on your Android device.
Share Chrome tabs from the web
You can also send Google Chrome tabs to your synced Android devices via the web. These are the steps you need to follow.
click Web page.
scroll down and click Send to device name.
- click Notice to your Android device.
After replying to the notification, the tab will open in your Chrome browser.
Share Chrome tabs by URL
The third way to send a Google Chrome tab to an Android device is to click a URL. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do this.
Right-click the highlighted URL and click send to device name.
- On your Android device, tap push notification.
After clicking the notification, the tab should open on your Android device via the Google Chrome app for Android.
It’s worth pointing out that Google also lets you send Chrome tabs from your Android device to your desktop. To do this, open your Chrome browser > navigate to the tab you want to send to > click the three-dot menu > scroll down and click the “Share” button. When the menu pops up, tap “Send to your device” and select the sync device you want to send the tab to. The tab will be sent to your online desktop as a web page.
More ways to send Chrome tabs
Now that you know how to send Google Chrome tabs between various devices, it’s easier to sync your phone with one of the best Chromebooks and never forget what you’re reading.
It’s also worth mentioning that if you decide to use a laptop, Google also allows you to share tabs via the laptop icon in the Chrome browser’s address bar. Just open the label you want to send, click in the address bar, and then click the laptop icon on the right. You will be asked to “Send this page” and select the target device from the list. You’ll see a “Sending…” alert, then you’ll be asked to tap the notification to view the page on your Android device.
Not an Android user? no problem! Apple loyalists can also share Chrome tabs from an iPhone or other iOS device. First, open the Chrome app, click “Share” in the address bar, and select “Send to your device.” Next, choose which sync device to send the label to, and you’ll be notified when it arrives. Then, tap to open the tab.
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