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One of the features of iOS and macOS is the ability for users to resume their browsing sessions when they move from their phones to their computers and vice versa. However if you’re not an iOS or macOS user, you’ll be pleased to learn that Google could soon be introducing similar functionality for Chrome OS and Android.

According to a report from XDA Developers, it seems that Chrome OS could soon gain a feature that will allow Android users to resume their browsing sessions on their Chrome OS devices. This is expected to function similarly to what Apple is offering to iOS and macOS users, where you can pick up where you left off from your phone or tablet on your computer (and presumably vice versa).

The feature has yet to go live although it is expected to appear in Chrome OS Canary soon, so hopefully it won’t be too long until we see it in the final build intended for the public, although the folks at Chrome Story have managed to get their hands on some screenshots that you can check out above. For Android users who want similar functionality, you might want to check out Microsoft Edge for Android which offers similar features except for the PC.

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