Google Chrome Gets a Shared Clipboard for Android and PC
Google Chrome commanding nearly 70 percent of the desktop browser market gives the Mountain View-based search giant the opportunity to build very exciting features that expand the application beyond its standard purpose.
In other words, because it has so many users, Google Chrome can help bring together two worlds, the ones of desktops and mobile devices.
And the first step in this direction appears to be a shared clipboard that allows users to copy on one device and paste on another, all using nothing more than Google Chrome.
The first time I wrote about the shared clipboard was earlier this year when Google started the work on this feature and added some experimental flags to the Canary build of the browser. At that time, however, the feature wasn’t yet working, and this made its future rather uncertain.
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