CaastMe (Caast.Me) is a new solution that will allow us to transfer web links from our Android phones to our desktop web browsers by reading QR codes.
To use CaastMe, the first thing we must do is install its application on our Android devices, which we have available through Google Play for free for Android devices from version 4.0.3 onwards.
Now we just have to go from our desktop web browser to the CaastMe page, where we will get a random QR code that will be refreshed periodically, then from any Android application from which we want to share a web link, such as the application Chrome, we will go to the share menu, and among the applications that will come out we will choose CaastMe, subsequently proceeding to read from the same application the QR code that we have on the screen of our desktop computer.
With this, through said team, we will be redirected to the link that we have shared.
Best of all, we will not need to have user accounts, and in addition, we will not leave a trace of all those links that we share, being one of the simplest solutions of how many we can choose to transfer links between devices.
As for the internal operation, from Android Police point out that the mobile application will read the information from the QR code and send it to the server with the link that is shared, and then take the desktop web browser to the shared link.