Google Chrome is the world leading browser on any device that can access the internet. You will agree with that because, the browser runs on the highest speed and friendly user. Meanwhile, I want us to know that there is no feature on Google chrome (PC) which allows you to sent Web Pages from Google Chrome to your Android smartphone.
Now think of this, you search and got an article you want to read on your Android phone, but you get the link from your personal computer while browsing using Google Chrome installed on it. Now you were pull off just because you don’t how you can send Web Pages from Google Chrome to your Android mobile device.
While there is not really a straightforward, built-in way to do that, we do have some other solutions for you on both iPhone and Android.
Before we start, you are going to need Google Chrome installed on both your PC and your smart phones.
Using Recent Pages to Send Web Pages From Google Chrome to Your Phone
Step 1 ====> On your Android device, open Chrome
Step 2 ====> Then tap the three dots in the top-right corner.
Step 3 ====> Now tap Recent tabs to get a list of the last tabs open, listed under each device (include your PC).
Step 4 ====> Just tap the page you want, and you’re away.
If you have chosen to keep your history synced, then you can also access your full history from here too, making it even easier to get back to whatever you were up to before. Keep in mind it will not track Incognito Mode.
To access a page you have had open on your Android device,
Step 1 ====> Again click the three dots in the top-right corner of Chrome.
Step 2 ====> Then navigate down the menu to History
Step 3 ====> Now scroll down until you find the listing for your Android device.
Keep in mind that the history title may be marked with the device’s model number, so it may not be immediately recognizable.
Send Web Pages From Google Chrome to Your Phone With Extension
When it comes to getting almost anything from Google Chrome to your phone, Pushbullet is your best Chrome extension. This is available for iOS and Android on the mobile side, and you will also need to install the Chrome Pushbullet extension.
Now that this is running on both ends on your devices, then you are good to go.
Now from your computer
Step 1 ====> Right-click the web page you want to send your phone
Step 2 ====> Then jump down to the Pushbullet on the context menu, and select your device. And, bam! It immediately shows up on your phone as a link in the Pushbullet app.
On your Android, you will get a notification. On iOS, you will have to open the Pushbullet app manually to find your link. In the end, though, if you know you are sending a link, hopping into the app to find it is not a big deal. Also, every link you have sent shows up in the app.
If You Use a Mac and an iPhone or iPad: Use AirDrop
If you are a Mac and iOS user, you can bypass all of the above and just use AirDrop. With a page open in Chrome on your Mac,
Step 1 ====> Just head to File
Step 2 ====> Tap Share
Step 3 ====> AirDrop.
Step 4 ====> In the window that pops up, select the device to which you want to send the page
Getting a page from your computer to your phone should not be a hassle, and using these methods, it is not. Once it is set up, Pushbullet is by far the fastest and easiest—and it supports a ton of other features too.