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The Chrome To Phone Android app, exclusive to Android 2.2 and up, was updated today to version 2.2 with 1 new feature: link history. The app, which lets you quickly and easily send data to your phone from your computer's browser (see our tutorials here: ChromeToPhone, FoxToPhone), now has a single useful screen with links broken down to Today, Last 7 days, Last month, and Older. Here it is:

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Unfortunately (or luckily), clipboard history does not show up in this list, so all your passwords and grandma's cookie recipes you might send around are safe.

Grab the updated app in the Market by clicking this link from your mobile or scanning it with Barcode Scanner:

QR code for https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.chrometophone

Source: Chrome To Phone

Image credit: DownloadAtoZ

Artem Russakovskii
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  • Ayal

    Can't find it in the market (also using the barcode doesn't work) is it only for the US?

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      I just verified that the QR code works. Are you running Android 2.2 or above?

      • Ayal

        Yes.
        I have CM6.1.0 (Nexus One)
        But... I am not in the US!
        When I am scanning the QR, the Android market opened with a "Not found - The requested item could not be found" popup

        • Max

          I'm having the same problem, I'm not in the US and using CM6.1 on a N1...

      • Astria

        same here...

        HTC Hero GSM, CM6.1, outside of US

  • SiliconAddict

    I want to be able to have friends send me links from their android phone and desktop browsers. Complete the circle Google!!

  • KC

    Not working to me too, I'm from canada. It said link can't find