Send to WP7
Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- data services
- phone dialer
- push notification service
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
Previously known as Chrome to WP7 Send to WP7 is a quick way to send links and selected text from your favorite browser to your Windows Phone. Great for sending yourself an address, article, phone number or map as you're going out the door. Supported browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 9 Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox (A bookmarklet is also provided, compatible with almost any browser, including the ability to send links to multiple phones) Links are stored locally – once you download a link, it remains only on your phone. Push notifications for new links, and a live tile indicator are included absolutely free. V1.8 adds support for copy/paste, along with minor bugfixes.
8/21/2014Faster and easier then sending links/text through email. Even though it hasn't been updated in over three years, the developer still quickly responds to any problems you have with the app. I just wish it was a Universal Windows app and you could send links/text to an app on your tablet/laptop from your phone through the updated sharing feature of WP8.1, but maybe that's asking to much from a free app.
8/1/2014The app do what it say, but its not published in chrome store, so it will disable it
7/27/2014Was running perfectly until my Chrome mandatorily disabled the extension, saying it's not installed from Chrome store. Will there be an official Chrome extension for this app soon in the future?
7/13/2014So far so good 😃
5/6/2014perfect functionality, but outdated app name and live tile icon too big compared to other apps
4/28/2014Hopes it works
11/7/2013Why don't you submit chrome ext to google store? I can't trust the app
10/6/2013I use chrome and have a Lumia 928. I've used his app since I had my wp7 and it is still one of the most useful apps I have.
7/2/2013Not working on Lumia 920. App displays "Connecting..." and than exits.