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New Chrome extension makes bookmarks mobile

Did you know that a large portion of anything related to AG is done via cell phone? We operate on the go every day! One of the biggest annoyances I personally have is switching from my laptop to my HTC Evo and not having the exact same resources on the two.

I have taken steps to unify my experience, like install the Chrome to Phone extension that allows me to zap links from my browser to my phone to avoid extra steps like emailing myself. But it’s not enough.

With only a few installs since it was released this weekend, we suspect that the brand new Google Chrome extension “Chrome Push” will not stay a secret for long because it is an extremely helpful extension that allows you to access your Chrome bookmarks on your mobile phone, tablet or even another browser like Firefox.

After downloading the extension, with one click, Chrome sends all of your bookmarks to https://chromepush.com/bookmarks that you can open on your other devices.

For me, this is critical because I use an HTML signature in all of my emails that is pulled via a script that I have bookmarked on my browser, and other features that I use daily. I don’t use bookmarks as points of reference or as reminders, but as actual functioning links I rely upon, so this is an amazing time saver for me.

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Google Chrome users can download Chrome Push here. How can Chrome Push save time for you?

Lani is the COO and News Director at The American Genius, has co-authored a book, co-founded BASHH, Austin Digital Jobs, Remote Digital Jobs, and is a seasoned business writer and editorialist with a penchant for the irreverent.

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