“Chrome” App for Windows phone 7 has been released, which should offer an easy way in which users can transfer links straight to their Windows Phone 7 devices.
Made available as version 18.104.22.168, the Chrome to WP7 app can be found in the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace, while the necessary extension needed for the desktop browser can be found on Softpedia too, via this link. True to its name, once you download both this app and the applicable Chrome extension, a quick click on the Windows logo in your otherwise Google browser will send links or selected text to your Microsoft mobile.
After all, the speedy and clean browser is gaining popularity and market share, so it only makes sense that a developer would jump on the opportunity to make it compatible with Windows Phone 7.
Here is what the developer says on his blog:
Chrome to WP7 works similarly to Chrome to Phone for Android. A push notification is sent to the phone, which will show up as a toast, and upon opening the app, a list of your most recent links and text are available, regardless of whether or not the push notification succeeded. From within the app, you may email the Title/URL/Text, or open the link.
While this app was already included in the Marketplace, others are only in the development phase at the moment, and should make an appearance on the platform in the not too far future.
Anyway, I hope you are going to grab it for a taste!
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