Chrome: The Chrome to iPhone extension adds a handy button to your Google Chrome toolbar that, when clicked, quickly shares your current URL between your desktop browser and iOS device.
The extension attempts to mimic the functionality of the even better Chrome to Phone extension for Android devices, and for the most part, it does a pretty good job. The two main differences: 1) Chrome to Phone allows you to send links, maps and selected text or phone numbers to Android and 2) automatically detects that you’ve been sent content and opens the corresponding application (maps, browser, etc). Chrome to iPhone only works with URLs, and you have to manually launch a desktop shortcut to access the URL you were sent.
That said, it’s still simple, convenient and clever. You’ve got to follow a simple setup process on your iOS device, and once you have, you’re ready to roll. Basically the tool creates a shortcut to a static URL on your desktop, and that URL redirects to whatever URL you last posted using Chrome to iPhone.
Chrome to iPhone is a free extension, works wherever Chrome does.