Google Chrome is by far the most popular internet browser in the world – the software is considered to have more monthly users than the likes of Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge.
One of the reasons for Chrome’s success is surely thanks its consistent updates that are delivered to it by Google.
Around every six weeks, Google releases a new version of Chrome that typically introduces new features, bug fixes and more.
Earlier this week the Mountain View firm started rolling out Chrome version 77 to Android, iOS, Windows and Mac devices – the software totes a new welcome page and a number of smaller aesthetic tweaks.
However, by far the most notable new feature introduced in Chrome 77 is dubbed “send web page”.
As the name suggests, the function has been specifically engineered to allow fans to more easily send pages from one device to another.
Although Chrome already allows users to transition from one device to another while keeping the same web pages open, the addition should make such a process more simple and quicker overall.
To harness the new feature, mobile users should head to the page they want to share and head to Chrome’s menu.
This will present an option that says “share” – clicking this will highlight a new tool called “share this page”.
It is worth noting those transferring pages to an iOS device will need to have the Chrome app open to receive it.
As noted by The Verge, the functionality is currently available to Windows, Android and iOS versions of Chrome running version 77.
However, it does not currently appear to be available for Mac users – it is unclear when this will debut.
Google Chrome version 77 is available to download right now.
One of the browser’s biggest rivals, Firefox, was granted similar functionality back in February.