Chromebooks and Android smartphones can have a greater, leaner and extra worthwhile relationship any further. Because of model 103 of Chrome OS, of which Google has began distribution. The enhancements are a part of the longer term tasks that Google spoke about first at CES in January after which throughout final month’s I/O; a path that may lead the two working methods made in Mountain View to collaborate extra and in a greater approach.
So, the most recent Chrome OS expands Telephone Hub, the built-in management middle that allows you to reply to messages; examine your cellphone’s battery stage, or activate community Wi-Fi sharing straight from Chrome OS. Now to the already current functionalities added the likelihood to entry the pictures saved on the smartphone; which is able to seem straight on the Telephone Hub within the new Current Photographs part.
One click on is sufficient to obtain the picture; so there isn’t a longer any have to resort to different strategies to switch pictures from Android to Chromebook. No extra forwarding of photographs and movies through Telegram, or lengthy cloud uploads. It is sufficient to hold the 2 gadgets shut, the remainder does the combination between the methods.
The discharge of Chrome OS 103 is underway
One other achievement of the combination between Chromebook and Android smartphone that smells like Apple is sharing the Wi-Fi community through Close by Sharing, already helpful for passing music, footage or different information. With Chrome OS 103 it’s attainable to simply share the password of a Wi-Fi community saved on an Android smartphone, which is helpful to keep away from having to write down down each single character of an usually very lengthy key when connecting to a community a brand new Chromebook.
The rollout has additionally began for Screencast, the app that means that you can document clips on the OS; and mechanically discover them on Google Drive, able to be shared. “Screencast permits anybody to simply document tutorial movies, software program demos, displays and extra ,” explains Google.