Google has finally unveiled a new mobile client named Chrome Remote Desktop on the Android platform. As the name signifies, the app enables users to remotely control their PC or Mac right from their Android mobile device.
The latest Android edition is a supplement to the Chrome Remote Desktop screen sharing platform, which was formerly unleashed by the company. It basically provides the ability to share your PC’s screen with other Chrome browser/Chromebook users.
Similar to the big-screen version, in order to access Android app you need to install an associate app on your PC. You can grab that helper app from the this link and it is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac computers. This associate app installs as Chrome add-on.
Once you install the app on your Android device, you can open it and connect that to your PC with just a click, and manage your PC on the go.
Android users can download the Chrome Remote Desktop app from the link provided below. The app is compatible with devices that run on Android version 4.0 and above.
Chrome Remote Desktop download link for Android (free)