Users of Google Chrome to Phone will be happy to hear that Google have finally updated the application, with the first in nearly a year arriving today including bug fixes and a few improvements.
What Chrome to Phone does is work with the copy of Chrome you have installed on your desktop or laptop, and lets you transfer things such as URLs from Chrome on your PC to your phone's browser, so you can look at it away from the desktop, such as when you're on the toilet, or the couch.
Chrome to Phone 2.3.0 also includes a fresh UI, support for landscape, and fixes a bug that would usually crash the application when transferring text to it from your computer, one that reportedly was especially prevalent on Honeycomb-based tablets, has now been resolved.
Grab Chrome to Phone from the Android Market.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:25 am CDT
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