Tue. Jul 14th, 2020

Chrome Beta can send the phone number to your smartphone

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Google has recently added a new feature to the Chrome browser that allows users to transfer web content between other devices such as smartphones and PCs. And now Google has added another new feature that will make the entire experience even better. The user can send the mobile number to the smartphone from the desktop through the Chrome browser on the desktop.

When the user selects the corresponding mobile device, the mobile terminal will receive a notification, and now the user only needs to click the notification on the smartphone to make a call. This feature has been enabled by default in Chrome Beta 78.

Users can also manually enable it if needed. Just type “chrome://flags/#click-to-call-context-menu-selected-text” into the address bar and select “Enable click to call feature on desktop when a phone number is selected”, you can use this feature after restarting the Chrome browser.

Via: androidpolice