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Google Chrome Now Syncs Tabs Across Devices

In addition to syncing your bookmarks, extensions, history, and other settings, Google Chrome now syncs your tabs between computers and devices–no tweaks or third-party tools necessary.

Read more about the new stable release of Google Chrome at the link below.

Keep Tabs On Your Tabs [Google Chrome Blog]

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  • Published 05/17/12

Comments (5)

  1. Eric

    Not Honeycomb devices. :(

  2. Eric

    I meant to say Gingerbread. I’m aggravated I can’t use Chrome on my less-than-a-year-old phone.

  3. Dan

    Firefox has done this for ages.
    Eric – just switch to Firefox (with the adblock plus addon) :)
    Support open sourced and stop Google getting bigger!

  4. Cambo


    Except Firefox on Android blows.

    I’ve tried this on my SGS2 with ICS, and it works very well.

  5. Paul O' Sullivan


    there is a new beta now.
    it’s meant to have been improved. though I haven’t tested it

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