Chrome developers plan to release a mobile application to remotely connect to a PC with Chrome

Published on July 22, 2013

Chrome developers plan to release a mobile application to remotely connect to a PC with Chrome



    The fact that Chrome for Chrome OS, Windows, Mac, and Linux allows you to remotely connect to a PC with the same browser has been known for a long time. After the appearance of this feature, many browser users began to work with it. Now, Chrome developers plan to release a mobile application that allows you to connect to a computer with a working Chrome browser.

    That is, from a tablet or phone, it will be possible to log into your work / home PC without any problems and work with the equipment remotely. The app is already called Chromoting. One of the first about the application was written by François Beaufort , a Google evangelist. This is not the first such application for Android, but it may well be that the "native" program will be more functional than Splashtop, LogMeIn, or TeamViewer.

    The developers promise that to connect to a remote PC or laptop from a mobile device, you will need to make a minimum of gestures. Perhaps, feedback will also be provided when a user can “steer” with a smartphone or tablet from a PC. I would like to hope so.

    By the way, work on Chromoting has just begun, this week the developers first started implementing their plan. Well, we are waiting for the finished program, I would like to hope that the development process will not drag on for long.