How to Use Motorola Connect on the Droid Turbo

Your new Droid Turbo is full of great features, but it will even work in unison with another Motorola devices via the Connect app — and can even communicate with Google’s Chrome browser. You don’t even need to have your Droid Turbo handy in many instances to message or take calls!

With Connect, Droid Turbo can work with a Moto 360, key-link, power pack, or a Chrome Browser. For this set-up exercise, we’ll walk you through setting your Droid Turbo up via Chrome:

1. Be sure you have the Connect app downloaded on your Droid Turbo (Google Play).


2. Download Connect to your Chrome browser via the Chrome Web Store.

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3. Open the app on your phone, and select the plus icon toward the top right.


4. Open the Connect app in Chrome.

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Your Droid Turbo will talk to your computer, and once the two recognize each other via Connect, you’re in business.

Via Connect, you can message in your browser. Accept and send messages via the Chrome extension, and view your call log. Connect is also a good way to track your phone!


At the top right of your Chrome Connect extension, you’ll see a three-dot menu. Click on that, and you’ll find the “ring my phone” option. Select that, and your browser will make your phone ring so you can locate it.

Connect is a great way to take core smartphone functions to your browser, and keep your eyes on the screen during your work day.

Have you used Connect? Is it a part of your day-to-day browsing? Let us know how you like it via the comments section below!

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