Google Chrome version 77 is finally being made available to Android users after it has been released for Mac, Windows and also Linux. Finally, you will now have functionality to send open tabs to other devices.
Once the new feature becomes available on your smartphone, you will now see the "Send this page" option in the list of options for sharing the page where you are. After clicking this option, you will be presented with a complete list of all your devices that have Google Chrome installed.
Firefox already received this feature 9 months ago!
This is not a common occurrence, as Google lets go for more than half a year until it brings functionality that is already present in its rivals. While Google Chrome remains the browser of choice for the overwhelming majority of users, Firefox is its biggest rival.
Regarding the ability to send tabs to different devices, Mozilla's browser has placed itself far ahead of Google Chrome. Still, I think the saying "better late than never" is perfect for this situation. Chrome will certainly continue to be a favorite with users, constantly evolving.
Functionality is official, but it may take some time to get to you
Google has confirmed that the new feature is now available in version 77 of Google Chrome for Android. However, it is being phased in through its servers. Therefore, not everyone will have access to it immediately. In my case, I still haven't been able to replicate the results presented by 9to5Google.
Other news brought by the new update of Google Chrome for Android
In addition to the new functionality, it is also worth mentioning the slight changes made to the downloads page. With the new version, it will be much easier to manage and access smartphone downloads. You will be able to filter downloads by content type and with the addition of larger 'thumbnails' it will be easier to identify the desired file.
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