“Chrome to Phone” – Websites on Your Mobile Desktop

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Google has released one of its new product of browsers named “Crome to Phone”. A feature which wwill allow you to download websites and read it from your mobile desktop itself. Currently this is available on with Android 2.2 (Froyo) supported mobile handsets. “Crome to Phone” allows mobile internet users to have rich experience of web in a different way.

“Crome to Phone” product has been developed in “sprae time” as claimed by Google engineer Dave Burke who recently demonstrated the product at Google’s San Francisco office. Comparatively this new feature is simple to use and integrate which also allows users to have mobile internet browsing experience in a different way. Users can download the website just by clicking a mobile icon on “crome to phone”. This way they can have uninterrupted website experience in a go.

It doesn’t stop here. The feature does more than just push websites, though — it can also push driving directions and even phone numbers. If you have driving directions up on Google Maps and then push it to your phone, the driving directions will immediately appear. Highlight a phone number and click the mobile icon and that phone number will be sent directly to your phone ready to dial.

The feature doesn’t go both ways, though — Phone to Chrome is a highly requested feature, but it isn’t implemented in Android quite yet. The company is also looking into bringing Chrome to Phone to the iPhone.

Current “Crome to Phone” is available as Android app and as extension of Google Crome browser.

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