It goes without saying that the world's a much smaller place now with the advent of technology in all available sectors. However, there's a dream to connect with even more people down the line under one single roof, and Google is currently attemting to push the dream into existence with its Chrome Remote Desktop project.
According to reports, Google is still currently beta testing an Android app for its popular Chrome Remote Desktop feature. And there's word on the steets that the app is set to launch sooner than later.
As revealed via reports doing rounds on the web, the Chrome Remote Desktop works cross-platform. What this means is that OSX users can now connect to Windows systems and carry all the required activities between the devices.
"While there's been plenty of talk about Google testing out the Android version of Chrome Remote Desktop - dubbed 'Chromoting' at one point- there's also talk that an app will eventually make its way to iOS as well," PCMag reports.
Moreover, according to Engadget, the iOS app is seemingly lagging a bit behind the Android app's development as of January. "It's unclear whether developers have managed to pick up steam, or whether Android will be the first mobile platform to enjoy support for Chrome Remote Desktop," the report adds.
While we still wait for the new Chrome remote dektop to hit with the certain app that's currently being tested for the feature, it is to bw noted that remotely accessing a computer isn't something new and there are already plenty of options available by which you can do so.
However, the treat will be even more special if it eventually arrives from Google with a sort of "official" tag to it. Moreover, a brand name as that of Google will also be enough to leverage the app as well as the feature to its expected popularity.