This short tutorial explains how to quickly send a web page from Chrome on a desktop/laptop to your Android phone or iPhone.
Back in 2010 when this guide was first published, sending a web page from Chrome to your phone was considerably more involved and complicated. Fast forward to 2021 and it’s much easier now. Here’s how –
- Once you’ve loaded the page you want to send to your iPhone or Android phone, click anywhere inside of the address bar.
- On the far right side of the address bar you’ll see a series of icons – click the one that looks like a square with 4 squares inside of it (it’s called the QR button).
- A little window that contains a QR code will pop up. Scan that code in Chrome with your iPhone or Android phone and it’ll load that page on your phone (or tablet).
- If you need any help with QR codes we’ve got you covered – here’s a guide on using QR codes with Android and one for iPhones and iPads.
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This worked perfectly!!!!!! YAY!