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Sync Your Desktop Browser to Your Android Phone

Jul 10, 2010, 15:03 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Damien)

"Let's say you are doing research on your desktop browser and you need to leave your computer to run some errand. Wouldn't it be great if you can sync what you are reading to your mobile phone so that you can continue your research on the move? If you are using an Android phone (running Froyo) and Google Chrome/Firefox, you just got yourself a great deal.

"Google Chrome to Phone Extension is a Google Chrome extension that make uses of the new AppEngine server in Froyo to sync between your desktop browser and Android browser. With it installed, you can easily and quickly send links from your Chrome desktop to your Android device using its Cloud to Device Messaging service."

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