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January 29, 2011

Send Links From PC To Phone Quickly

Filed under: Online Tools — Tags: , , , — Kabir @ 2:24 pm

While using mobile Internet (Internet on mobile phone) most of us face problems of launching a particular web page. It tests our patience and sometimes it becomes exceedingly “boring” to first enter the web address and then from the homepage visit the desirable page on that web site.

The web technology has advanced but us humans are still hungry for more. So we came across a solution for this problem. How about sending a link directly from your laptop/PC to your phone? That too with add-ons.¬†, as the name suggests sends the link directly to your phone which can be opened just by clicking it. The web page opens directly on your phone’s default browser. The whole process of sending is easy. All you need to do is register on their server (its no regular registration, all you need to is enter your unique ID and connect your phone). After registering, an icon will be provided on your browser’s (PC) bookmark toolbar. What more? Just click on the icon and send a text to your phone of the link. It’s simple and easy to use.

Let me explain, how you can setup your phone. As soon as you visit the home page, you’ll clearly see a box saying “Setup With Your Phone”. Click on this link, and proceed to the next step. This will install the SiteToPhone app for your phone platform on your mobile phone.

As you visit the next step of registration, first thing you notice is the line “You’re Almost Done”. Well, what to say about that. Your unique ID appears clearly on top, which may enter for setting up of e-mail. Notice that, providing e-mail is not necessary. Once done, visit the link ID to complete the registration process.

Now lets get to add-ons. The add-ons are attractive, to say the least. How about sending links to your phone directly from your web browser. There are extra features in the form of Chrome Extension (for Google Chrome) and IE Accelerator (for Internet Explorer 8 and 9).

Browsers Supported: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera

Supported Phones: iOS devices (like in iPhone, iPad, iPod etc.), Android, WebOS, Blackberry 6 devices, Windows Phone 7 devices.

Our Rating: 3.5/5 |

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