Google has rolled out an updated version of its Chrome web browser which lets you access a list of currently open browser tabs on any device.

In other words, you can surf the web while eating breakfast at home, and when you get to work you can fire up your web browser and see a list of all the web pages you were viewing while sipping your morning coffee.

Google Chrome tab sync

If this feature sounds familiar, that’s because Google added something similar to the Chrome browser for Android which launched last month. But now you can access your open tabs on any device, not just on an Android phone or tablet.

You need to have the latest beta version of Google Chrome for Windows, Mac, or Linux to use the new feature. You also need to be signed into your Google account.

Then all you have to do is go to the new tab page and tap the “Other Devices” menu at the bottom of the screen.

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One reply on “Google Chrome now syncs browser tabs across all devices”

  1. This just may be enough to pry me away from my Dolphin browser for android, which I’m very fond of.

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