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Awesome Chrome extension lets you control your Android from your computer

(TECH NEWS) Your Android already rocks, but if you could control it from your Chrome browser in another room, wouldn’t you want to? Yep.

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Automating your life

The newest addition to AutoVoice’s Android automation apps is one that businessmen and women will be able to use not only in the office, but out in the field.

The AutoVoice Chrome extension allows its users to control their Android device through their computer and essentially automate all mobile devices back at the office, or even at home. In addition, the Chrome extension works with Windows PC, Linux, Max, or even another Android device.


Not so hostile computer takeover

The Chrome extension app offers a plethora of possibilities for its users. Once it’s installed, perform voice commands from your computer that you usually do through your phone; send text messages, play music, take screenshots, even hang up and end a conversation once your weekly board meeting is over. Another added plus is that AutoVoice’s Chrome extension is multilingual and can understand almost everyone.

A few complaints

The only “negative” Chrome extension users have complained about is the arduous process of downloading and setting up the program. The Android app must be downloaded from Google Play while the Chrome extension can be found at the Chrome Web Store.

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However, downloading a few different applications will be well worth it to a business person constantly on the go who sees the positives of controlling their computer and phone all in one place.

7 more chrome extensions for you

And while you’re at it, here are a handful of other Google Chrome browser extensions that we love:

  1. Suspend inactive tabs to save resources
  2. Tabtics pairs with your smartwatch to offer in-browser health reminders
  3. Extension that cures JavaScript on any page
  4. Sidekick reveals social media info for email senders
  5. New tab with a giant clock to remind you of how short your day is
  6. Trello users need this extension, stat!
  7. Yesware tracks email opens from your browser


Staff Writer, Abigail White is a wordsmith who hails from the Deep South, having graduated with a degree in Journalism from Auburn University. She is usually reading three books at once, loves history, sarcasm, and arguing over the Oxford comma.

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