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Google Releases Chrome To Phone Froyo App

Google has released the Chrome to Phone application, allowing users of Android 2.2-based devices to synchronise their Chrome desktop browser with their phone.

Google has also released a Chrome browser extension that installs a button on the browsers, allowing users to sync the web pages they were viewing on their desktop to their Android phone by clicking on the button.

Android and Me (opens in new tab) reports that the feature was the most overlooked feature on the newly released platform.

The Google blog explained that users would first need to download (opens in new tab) and install the Chrome to Phone application onto their Android 2.2-based device and then install the browser extension.

Users would then need to register themselves on the application and extension in order to start synchronisation.

Android 2.2 Froyo is currently only available on Google's Nexus One, but Google has said that there will be an over-the-update for Android-based smartphones in the coming weeks. monitors all leading technology stories and rounds them up to help you save time hunting them down.