Google Replaces Chrome Remote Desktop App With Web Version

Google Replaces Chrome Remote Desktop App With Web Version

The Mountain View company Google offered the Chrome Remote Desktop app which allows us to do various things on the PC through the smartphone and without losing the comfort zone. Well, today the company announces that it is replacing the application with the web version and this will allow users to control the PC straight from the Google Chrome browser.

Now you can able to share the desktop or request access to other computers directly from the Remote Support menu, and the company also offers an auto-generating code system which will present a 12 number combination with the validity for 5 minutes, and that code will have to be entered on the other device in order to receive access.

The Chrome Remote Desktop app will lose its official support on June 30 and after that PC users require to migrate to the web version of the service to continue the functionality. Speaking about the mobile users, both the Android and IOS users will need to keep the app although if they enable the desktop view on Chrome mobile. You can access the service by heading over the link.

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