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Can Windows 10 Chrome access my Android phone apps?

Working simultaneously on a computer and a smartphone can be extremely distracting and time-consuming. The Windows 10 Chrome browser cannot access your Android phone applications on its own. However, using a third-party app called AirDroid, you can use Chrome to access the AirDroid portal and gain access to your phone and all of its apps.

AirDroid is an extremely useful app that lets you wirelessly control your Android device. You can install the AirDroid app on your Android device and your computer. The Chrome plugin can help you access your Android device from a browser.

By connecting your mobile device to the same account as your AirDroid Chrome extension, you can perform multiple operations on your phone all through your desktop computer's browser.

If you want to remotely control your Android device using AirDroid in Chrome, follow these steps:

  • Connect your Android device and system to the same network.
  • On your Android device, install the AirDroid application.
  • Login to your AirDroid account on your device.
  • Install the AirDroid Remote Control Plugin extension from the Chrome Web Store.
  • Launch the plugin and log in to your account. Make sure that you log in to the exact account details as you did on your phone app.
  • Check the Connect via HTTPS option and click on Connect.
  • The AirDroid Chrome Extension will automatically connect to your Android device and be ready for remote control.

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