How do You get Your News on the Go?


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I am fortunate to be a YouTube partner. This video was made for – and paid by – Google as a part of the Google Demo Slam project.

If you’re like me, you love links and like looking at things, such as iconic representations of news stories. If you’re on the go, it’s easy to get information quickly from your desktop browser to your phone using the free Site to Phone Google Chrome extension. Not only can you send links to your devices with ease, it will allow you to do so much more.

Youtube, Mail, Phone and Maps links open directly in the corresponding apps on iOS. Send any page, link, image or even text via the right-click menu. Settings are synced between multiple installs of Chrome and can be set up on multiple devices.

Getting the news from my workstation to my phone has never been easier, and it’s all thanks to Google.

One thought on “How do You get Your News on the Go?”

  1. I would actually like to see this reversed. Is that possible? I do a lot of mobile surfing that I ‘save for later’ meaning, I save to look at on my desktop PC because via mobile sometimes it’s too restrictive (small screens, bad resolution, video support, details, blah blah).

    I would like to send from my phone to my PC with ease. Now that, I would be interested in!

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