A few days ago they started showing details of Chrome Remote Desktop, a program developed by Google service that would be possible to control your computer from any Android device. Today, a few days later, Google has made it official this service (taking it out of the Beta phase) and has been made available for everyone from the Google Play Store and the Chrome Web Store.
Basically, just have an Android device and a computer on which Google Chrome is installed . After that, we will have to install the appropriate extension for Google Chrome and Android application on your device. Then simply open the Chrome Remote Desktop application on your Android, follow a few simple configuration steps and voila, you can control your computer from your Android device (either a tablet or a smartphone.) It’s simple, fast and fluid: a success in these first tests, the service seems to work fine, with a more than acceptable speed and fluidity , making it a perfect solution for those certain moments when we need to have remote access to our main computer. Of course, in such small screens is somewhat difficult to manage an operating system like Windows or Mac OS X, so it is clear that this application is oriented mainly tablets between 7 and 10 inches. However, as I said above, we can pull through at any given time. Read More . . . . .