Google is always in the race to bring you the latest and greatest updates. One exciting feature they might be working on is called “Link Your Devices,” which will make switching between Android products a breeze.
What’s “Link Your Devices”?
Just like Apple’s AirDrop, which lets you share media between Apple devices in a snap, Google wants to make this possible for Android users. You’ll soon be able to transfer software material between two Android devices seamlessly.
How It Works
Here’s how the “Link Your Devices” feature might work when it’s released. You’ll need to group your Google and Nest devices under a single Google account. Once they’re connected, you can share features, even video calls, between your devices.
Imagine receiving a call on your Android smartphone and continuing the conversation on your tablet or Nest Hub Max without any interruptions or redialing. “Link Your Devices” makes it possible.
Streamlined Hotspot Sharing
If you frequently use one of your Android devices as an internet hotspot, Google aims to make this process smoother. You might be able to easily share a connection when one of the devices goes offline. We’re still waiting to hear if Bluetooth will be needed for this.
There’s a possibility that you’ll be able to turn “Link Your Devices” on or off with a simple toggle switch, instantly creating a hotspot that can be shared between your devices. No need to re-enter login credentials; it’s all linked to your Google account.
While it’s hard to predict all the details, like ChromeOS support for Chromebook users, we’re excited to see what Google officially reveals about this handy feature.
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