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Send Link to Connected Devices from Chrome on iPhone & iPad

Want to send a link to connected devices through the Chrome browser on your iPhone and iPad? Learn how to send links to your Google account signed-in devices.

Google Chrome includes a feature that allows us to send links to Google synced and connected devices from our iPhone and iPad devices.

We can send links to connected devices, such as a laptop or tablet, by selecting the ‘Send to your Devices’ option in the menu. However, we need to sign in with the same Google account across Chrome on different devices to use the option.

Send Link to Connected Devices on Chrome browser

In this guide, we have shared the steps to send a link to connected devices from Google Chrome on the iPhone and iPad.

Sending Links to Connected Devices in Chrome on iPhone

If there is a web page that you want to continue reading on your computer or any other device, then you can sync and send a link to that connected device. Here are steps to send a link:

  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 in the address bar and choose Send to your devices option.
    Send to your devices option in Chrome iPhoneIt will display the list of all connected devices with the same Google account.
  4. Select the device and tap on Send to your device button.
    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 select multiple devices simultaneously and hit the Send to your device command option.

If your device is offline, the link will appear when you are online on the connected device. The feature of sending links also works on Chromebooks.

Bottom Line

Chrome browser allows you to send links between the connected device, the only requirement is signing in with the same Google account.

Alternatively, you can share the link externally using the Share option or create a QR code and choose an app or contact to send. Similarly, you can send the link from Chrome on the computer to your smartphone device.

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Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza is a Google Certified IT Professional, Digital Content Creator, and Go-To Digital Marketer with Engineering Degree. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and innovating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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