Reopening Chrome Tabs for PC on Android
Google Chrome is still the most widely used web browser in the world, whether it's on computers or mobile devices. In fact, one of the best aspects of this browser is that you can have a more direct interaction between these types of devices. An advantage of this is the ability to reopen Chrome tabs on your PC directly on Android. If you're curious about how to do this, just check out our tips below!
Reopen Chrome Tabs on Android
To get started, you should open Chrome on your computer and make sure you are already signed in with your Gmail account. If you have not already done so, click on the profile icon in the browser as shown below:
Then you must click "Sign in to Chrome" to continue.
On the next screen, enter your Gmail email address and password to log in.
Now go to your Android smartphone and open Google Chrome. Click on the three vertical dots on the right side of the screen.
In the new options menu, click "Settings."
You will have to choose the "Sign in to Google Chrome" option.
Since you have to use your Gmail account on Android anyway, it may already appear on the next screen. Select the account and click "Continue."
You'll see a message from Google about account sync next. Click on "Ok, got it."
Once signed in on both devices, click again on the three vertical dots in Android Chrome. This time, select the "Recent Guides" option.
You will see all the tabs that have been opened on your PC and you can click them to open them on Android.
On PC the process is no different so you can reopen Android Chrome tabs there too.
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