SendTab: Push Browser Tabs Between Devices
This is a utility that takes a unique approach to solving a problem and comes up with a solution that is both ingenious and flexible.
This is a nice review of our link beaming app, SendTab. It only has a few thousand users, but boy do they use it!
Check out this is the new promotional video that our designer Bushra made for SendTab, our cross-device screen switching utility. SendTab is free for Chrome and Safari, and $0.99 for iOS!
Our rad new designer Bushra has been hard at work on a new video to help explain and promote SendTab, our multi-platform screen switching tool.
To say that she gets the XOXCO aesthetic would be putting it mildly.
Over the long weekend, a few new posts about XOXCO products appeared. It’s always nice to see kind words written about our apps!
Here’s one about Make Pixel Art:
A comprehensive program that will work with many artists of the pixel in a community with room for all levels and continues to grow.
And here’s an article that makes a case for SendTab (or something SendTab-like) being built into Apple’s iCloud:
Exciting news for RSS feed loving SendTab users
iPad. iPhone. MacBook. Work Windows PC.
This is a very common set of devices for somebody to have. We try to sync all our data between them, but there is still not a solid way. As great as iCloud is, it still does not cover some syncing between devices that should be standard. One of those, is tab syncing for browsers.
AppAdvice reports that iPad RSS reader Mr. Reader has added support for SendTab in their latest version, allowing users to instantly send links from Mr. Reader to any device in their network. This is now the 7th client available to SendTab users, joining our Chrome, Safari, iOS apps, and the third party Android apps.
Want to tap into SendTab from your app? API documentation is right here.