Really excellent, elegant way of forwarding webpages, text from the PC to an Android device. It's a small unobtrusive program that I believe works via a Google Chrome Extension that with one click (or keyboard shortcut) sends a notification to the App installed on Android with the link of the page. It keeps a history of these sent URL's to be opened in Android from a default browser or shared with another application. Why? why indeed. Try a Google search for Youtube, in the Youtube search box on the Google search page, search for your VID, set parameters such as 100 results per page, language, the date range it should fall within, month, day, week, year, custom. This gives a much clearer and more accurate result that stock Android Youtube search, that is saved indefinitely within the Push2Droid app, or until you clear it. My default is to open in Chromer, find the VID and it'll automatically load up Youtube in Android. It does sound like the long way around, but typing on a real keyboard, more accurate search that'll still be there upon opening the App really does make a difference in friendlier user interaction. Just a shame it doesn't send stuff back to the PC. A1
Wonderful. Just one click on Chrome, grab your tablet/phone and continue reading your page on your way. I hope the author writes a counterpart that would show up in Android's Share... menu, so I could easily get for example a scanned barcode to PC.
Great, no idea why Google wanted to get rid of Chrome2Phone, as it was by far the best way of sharing pages between desktop and mobile. Really glad someone's filled the gap. Update: Still a great app, but it freezes on my phone at the Google sign in section. Hope that'll be fixed because I greatly miss its functionality.
Originally i installed Infinit to do just this, but found that i couldn't just send a message (link) from my PC to my phone - i had to send a file in order to send a message (why?!). This is amazing! It literally takes a single click to shoot the link to my phone - very useful for things like recipes that i find on my desktop and want to use on my phone in the kitchen! Thank you :)
Nice app. I definitely can't go without this now that I've found it!! Works great in general and it's a very "set it and forget it" type thing. Just click the icon in chrome and it's on your phone, no other actions required.
love it. Must have app I was using Chrome to phone before they shut it down. This is 100% similar, I'm using the Note 5
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