How can you push webpages onto Android devices from your desktop?
rcook12 1 year ago
I was in my boss's office the other day and we were looking at a customer's website before going to a lunch appointment. He clicked a button on his desktop browser, and the page we were looking at was all like, ALAKAZAM, on his tablet. Neat-o. I didn't think to ask how he did it because we were talking about the meeting, and he works in a different location than I do so I haven't had a chance to ask about it. I use Evernote to clip websites for access on different devices, but this was much easier and quicker. Anyone know how to do this on Android smartphones, or was this something limited to tablets?
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