Google Chrome turns on qr code to share web pages with Android browser

Google Chrome, which already allows sign-in users to share tabs between devices, is now trying to provide another way to share pages with Android Chrome through QR Code, which is already available in Windows. It’s on Mac, Linux and Chrome OS in the Chrome Canary Canary version.

Users simply enter Chrome,pictured in the address bar and find a QR code generator on the page called “Enable shared pages with qr codes.” If this feature is enabled, a new “Generate QR code for this page” option will be provided on the right-click menu of the page, selecting this option, which generates a QR code for the page address, which will appear in the address bar along with the Download option to the user’s device. You can scan QR codes using the smartphone camera or QR scanner app available in the Play Store and get page addresses on your Android device for reading or shopping.

Google Chrome turns on qr code to share web pages with Android browser

Google Chrome turns on qr code to share web pages with Android browser

Google Chrome turns on qr code to share web pages with Android browser

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