There have been many ways in which we can do things on our tablets, laptops and smartphones. However, there has been a demand for something that would unify every device that we have into one.
For example, people want a solution where you can open a browser and browse any webpage on your laptop and then be able to open that same webpage on your phone or tablet without the hassle of searching it again.
While Apple devices are able to do this, we have not seen anything of such kind on Android devices. However, there is now a change in this as we are now able to send our webpage links from one device to another as long as we are using the Chrome browser.
A new report regarding Chrome Canary which is an early beta version of the stable Chrome browser has just been spotted with a new feature. This new feature now lets you send webpages from your phone or laptop or tablet between devices by just sharing the QR code.
This means you just need to scan that QR code and that page will be opened on any device that you want to. While this is not as simple as sending links across devices, it is still useful as QR codes are used in various scenarios and they don’t reveal the links and provide a layer of privacy as well.
Another advantage of generating a QR code is that you need to be using a Google Chrome browser on your smartphone as well as you don’t need to be on the same account to access the code. Instead, anyone can point to the QR code shown in the browser tab and open that link without even being on the same browser as not everyone uses Google’s Chrome browser