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Have you ever used Chrome Remote Desktop to remotely access your computer from a different laptop or computer? Today that same functionality is coming to +Android phones & tablets with the Chrome Remote Desktop App for Android. Simply launch the app, select which computer you’d like to access, and start using it as if you were sitting in front of it. 

You can start setting up a computer for remote access by installing the Chrome Remote Desktop app from the Chrome Web Store: http://goo.gl/V9bJ9. And if you’d like to learn more about how to use Chrome Remote Desktop, you can check out these tips: http://goo.gl/7T58lk.
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+Aimi Amaya you make a good point but I think +Kahil Nettletonwas asking you questions to show you a more efficient way to work in your hardware. 
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Have you ever wanted to jump to a different Chrome tab, but without using your mouse or trackpad? Next time try ctrl + tab and ctrl + shift + tab to quickly cycle through all of your open tabs.

More pro-tips here: http://goo.gl/XIR9ME #chrometip
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When we launched #Chromecast, we hoped everyone would love it. We didn’t anticipate its popularity with a furry, new audience. Now even squirrels are enjoying their favorite videos, music, and more on the biggest screen in their trees. We’re working with developers of ‘paw-friendly’ apps to build Chromecast support into more of the apps and websites both humans and squirrels love. #gonuts
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Today we are announcing Google Translate support for Emoji in Chrome for Android and iOS. With this new feature, you can now read all your favorite web content faster using efficient and emotive illustrations on your phone and tablet. 

To view webpages in Emoji, simply tap on the menu icon, then select “Translate to Emoji”. Available in English only. Head over to the Chrome Blog to learn about why Emoji matters: goo.gl/SzwA2f

#emojifiedchrome
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How about a happy hug emoji???
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Need more space on your screen? You can press Ctrl+Shift+B to hide the bookmark bar (or bring it back). #chrometip
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hay mucho que leer y aplicar.14/04/2014
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Introducing Photowall for Chromecast: A new Chrome Experiment that lets people collaborate with images on the TV. http://g.co/photowall 
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ikea's expedit rules everywhere
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Multitasking on your Chromebook just got easier: you can now dock any small window, like Hangouts or Google Keep, to the side of your screen by dragging it to the left or right edge. Your main app will resize automatically, letting you take notes or stay connected all in one view. Just restart your Chromebook and give it a try.
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Thanks. May you also push it to the Chrome app on Windows, Mac and Linux?
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What’s your favorite emojified website in Chrome? Take a screenshot from your phone or tablet and tag your best find with #emojifiedchrome . This feature is a limited time release, so help us uncover the best of the Emoji language today. 

To enable the "Translate to Emoji" feature in Chrome for Android & iOS:

1. Update the app 
2. Open the settings menu 
3. Tap "Translate to Emoji"
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this is cool
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Your night, curled up on the sofa, just got a little bit better. Starting today, +Crackle and +Rdio  work with #Chromecast , so you can watch Crackle’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on your TV or fill your living room with music using Rdio.

As always, you can stay up to date about apps that work with Chromecast in your country at chromecast.com/apps.
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Fun #Chromebook tip for some late night reading: you can press Ctrl + Shift + Refresh to rotate the entire window 90 degrees. Try it with a free read from +Google Play: goo.gl/JVBJb1 

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سلا لجميع
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