2SendTab Pro

2SendTab Pro

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2SendTab is the authorized 3rd-party Android interface to the SendTab URL-sharing service, Sendtab.com.

2SendTab connects you to a private group in the cloud so you can share links instantly between *any* devices added to that cloud.  This means from any device to any device.  You get to decide.

* Provides a background Service! No more hitting the Fetch button manually! You decide how often to check, you control your battery and network usage.
* Cleans Shared URL's. Yep, Twitter clients often Share not just the URL, but also the text. Pro cleans the text so you can easily send just the URL to your other devices!
* History of URLs sent to/from this device! (Menu)

Support:
http://tosendtab.uservoice.com

How to use:
1. First, register an account at http://sendtab.com. Install the computer browser extension (Google Chrome or Apple Safari are available now. Ask THEM to write a FireFox plugin...)
2. Install and run 2SendTab Pro, it will ask for your information.
3. After a successful Setup, use it!

To send a URL from your Android, in any application that supports it (like your web browser, for example), use the "Share" or "Send to" feature to send the URL to "2SendTab Pro" - it will then popup and give you a list of your registered http://sendtab.com target devices. Click on one to send it, it's that simple!

To send a URL to your phone from your computer running Google Chrome, first make sure you've installed the extension. Now just use the extension to select your phone. There's a bookmarklet on http://sendtab.com that allows Firefox to send URLs, but not receive.

NOTE: SendTab.com doesn't yet have a real "push" server, so this client does a timed "poll" for updates.

For the new icon, a special THANK YOU to Kewedia Solutions Co. (http://www.kewedia.com) and Some Random Dude (http://somerandomdude.com/work/iconic)

Keywords: Nexus7, tablet, phone, Chrome, multiple devices, share links, Chrome to Phone, Mac, Windows, Push Page to other devices, RIL, Pocket

Recently changed in this version

Coming:
ActionBar GUI update

1.6.x:
Minor fixes
Landscape mode
Bug fixes

1.6:
New: Automatically retry failed sends later!
New: Icons on buttons (Pretty or Ugly? Let me know on the support page)
New: Changelog
New: Rate on market/store button/menu - button disappears after first use, but menu stays
New: Share button/menu - tell your friends about 2SendTab

1.5.1:
NEW: Checks for malformed URLs

1.5.0:
NEW: HISTORY!! (Menu)


Comments and ratings for 2SendTab Pro
  • (64 stars)

    by Tod Denkewitz on 29/03/2014

    Does not integrate with browser. Does not recognise links without "http://" in them. Very clunky having to copy and paste links from a browser to the app. Hardly worth using when you have to resort to the clipboard anyway.

  • (64 stars)

    by Rehaan Phone on 13/01/2014

    Looks antiquated, but works perfectly for me on Kitkat 4.4.2 on a nexus 4. Besides a UI facelift, i only wish it would use Google's push service for receiving tabs on the phone (currently you have to set the check frequency in settings).

  • (64 stars)

    by Chris Bicourt on 09/12/2013

    The only one of it's kind on the market. Made with pure common sense - simple, but indispensible. Some faults, quickly resolved by their support channel (emailed XOXCO).

  • (64 stars)

    by resandi sasmita on 23/10/2013

    Thanks a lot, this is what i searching for. Just found it and now i am love it.

  • (64 stars)

    by TJ Woon on 10/09/2013

    Without real time push, I am always launching the app to fetch shared addressed. I am using this as a programmer who needs to quickly see what a page displays like on mobile vs desktop and vice versa - who wants to wait 1/2/3 minutes etc for a shared link

  • (64 stars)

    by Oleksandr Kochniev on 15/07/2013

    Working like a charm, but desing... Kinda Android 2.1

  • (64 stars)

    by Yahya Alramadan on 07/05/2013

    This is a very nice app. We really want to see the following additions which will make it the perfect one for URL pushing services 1. Have a real Push server 2. On phones, add the option to auto open links once they arrive 3. On each device, add the opti