Get Your iCloud Tabs In Chrome For Mac

I can’t be the only one on the planet that prefers Safari in iOS and Chrome on my desktop. When you live in two different walled gardens like that it’s inevitable that you’re going to be losing some functionality along the way. For instance, getting your iCloud Tabs into Chrome has been a pain in the backside.

ThunderCloud, an extension for Chrome for Mac, solves all of these problems.

All you have to do is download the extension and follow the onscreen prompts. You do have to open up the Terminal and drop in a command that subsequently goes out and grabs some code and executes it. Once that’s done you click a link or two and all of your iOS devices and iCloud Tabs will show up in Chrome.

So long Safari for OS X. Hopefully we can meet up again in the future.

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