Suppose you are reading an article online on your computer, and for some reasons you have to leave your desk and be on the move. You have the option of continuing to read it on your Android on the way. So what would be the quickest way to have that same web page open on your Android?
Now, to push a web link from computer to phone, run the AirDroid app on your phone and connect it to your computer using a browser. After successful connection, you will see a text box with a button named Open on device just under the phone summary section. Simply paste the link in the text box and click the respective button.
That’s all, the link will be pushed to the connected phone and will open instantly. Phone might ask you to select browser if you have installed multiple browsers and none of them is selected as default.
Most of you must be wondering that Chrome already has a similar feature using which you can send a link from Chrome browser to phone, but the reason to use AirDroid here is flexibility. As I prefer stock ICS browser to read web pages, I always find AirDroid better than Chrome to Phone.
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