Google is finally making it easier to transfer photos between Android and Chromebooks
Chromebooks are about to copy one of the things we like the most about MacBooks: AirDrop. In fact, it’s making sharing photos between Android phones and Chrome OS laptops even easier.
Announced at Google I/O 2021, the search giant revealed new synchronization features for Chrome OS that will let Android users easily pull recent photos from their smartphones without digging through complex file structures.
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