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Tabs Synchronization Available in Chrome Beta

Google Chrome has built in synchronization tool that allows users to keep all their data synchronized between different devices running Google Chrome. These include bookmarks, history, extensions, apps, typed passwords, autofill, themes and settings. Now with the latest Chrome Beta, you can sync your open tabs too.

When you’re signed in to Chrome, the tabs you have open on one device will be available on all your other devices. Just click the “Other devices” menu at the bottom on the New Tab page. You may not yet see it as it’s being rolled out to Beta channel users in the coming week.


With a click, you can find and open the tabs you accessed on another machine. If you use Chrome for Android Beta, the tab will also be available on your phone. The tab’s back and forward navigation history is also included, so you can pick up browsing right where you left off.

You can grab Chrome beta from here.

[via Chrome Blog]


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