Google has added a feature to the Chrome browser that lets users watch YouTube clips and video content on their Windows and Mac computers with their phone or tablet, just like on the Windows Store.
According to the Google announcement, the feature is a way to stream YouTube clips to the PC, and then playback them via a PC app on the phone or Mac.
Users can select to watch the clip directly on their phone, or on their PC.
The app can even automatically switch to the YouTube app on your PC, so you don’t have to tap on the screen to start the video.
Users also can watch clips in other apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Google Drive, or in YouTube videos.
This feature is not currently available on Android devices.
The feature works in a similar way to the feature that lets people watch videos on YouTube videos on PCs using Chrome OS.
Users can select the video, select the device’s default YouTube app, and hit play.
The company also added an option to switch between the desktop app and YouTube app when the user switches to the desktop, which should help people with older PCs who are not used to switching to a new YouTube app.
This feature is an interesting addition to the new Chrome OS for Windows and Chrome OS devices.
The company has previously added a number of features to the browser, like adding the ability to pause and resume videos, as well as the ability for users to share links in the browser.