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How to Send Link to Connected Devices from Chrome iOS

Learn how to share and send a link from Chrome iOS browser to connected chrome devices. You can easily exchange links between Chrome PC, Android, and Mac.

Google Chrome for iPhone includes a new feature that allows users to send links to their connected devices. By selecting the “Send to Your Devices” option in the browser’s menu, users can send links to their connected devices, such as a laptop or tablet. This feature provides a seamless browsing experience across devices.

Send Link to Connected Devices on Chrome browser

Sharing links between connected devices slightly differs from how we usually do it. We usually send links externally on social media via several platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, etc. But sending them to a connected device might be difficult unless you use Apple devices. The universal clipboard feature from Apple lets you share copied content seamlessly between multiple devices.

However, how can you do that if you want to send the same link to another device with a different OS, such as Windows or Android? The recent stable version of Chrome iOS has introduced a new feature that allows you to share links to any connected device.

Chrome, as you know, is the most popular web browser available for almost all kinds of devices. Moreover, with such enhanced built-in features, you can instantly share links to all the connected devices in a single moment. It saves a lot of time and effort.

And if you are unaware of how to send a link to connected devices in Chrome iOS, we will help you. In this article, you will learn the complete process step-by-step.

Send Link to Connected Devices

iPhone and iPad are known for their unique feature handoff. Thankfully, Chrome iOS takes full advantage of this feature and provides a similar experience even if you use a Windows PC or Android device.

If there is a web page you are visiting on your mobile device and want to continue reading on your desktop computer, then you can send a link to your connected device from Chrome iOS. You can choose the destination machine, like a personal computer or workstation, to receive the link.

Here are steps to Send a Link from Chrome iPhone to any Google sign-in device:

  1. Launch the Chrome app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Open the website to which you want to send the link.
    Sharing button on Chrome iOS iPhone
  3. Tap on the Share apple share icon icon at the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Choose on Send to your devices option.
    Send to your devices option in Chrome iPhoneA list of all connected devices with the same Google account will appear.
  5. Select the device that you want to Send a Web Page link to.
    Choose Send Web Page option in Chrome iOS

The link will be sent to the chosen device and notified as a pop-up. You can choose multiple devices and hit the Send to your device command option.

If your device is offline, the link will appear the next time you are online on the connected Chrome browser or device. This feature of sending links also works on Chromebook.

Bottom Line

The steps to send a link to a Chrome iPhone are straightforward to remember. And with the step-by-step instructions mentioned above, it must be easier to understand. The only essential requirement is signing in with the same Google account across all Chrome devices.

Similarly, you can send the link from Chrome Mac or PC to your iPhone or Android phone. It’s simple and requires no configuration except the same Google account sign-in.

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Rahul Verma

Rahul is a Computer Science Engineer with a MBA degree. He is keenly interested in the field of tech and cryptocurrency. He has 6+ years of technical content writing experience, mainly experimenting with and troubleshooting computer and mobile operating systems. Connect him on LinkedIn.

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