Look what I found!
Google is bringing the Chrome Remote Desktop feature to the web. You will be able to login to remotedesktop.google.com and start connecting to remote devices. You will have to set up devices that you want to connect to. After that, you can connect to them from anywhere on the web.
This portal is currently in beta. You can access remotedesktop.google.com and get started. If you have an existing device set up for Chrome Remote Access, it will be listed here. You can also set up your current device to be accessed remotely.
Another feature available from this portal is remote access. You can either give someone else access to your computer to get remote assistance, or connect to someone else’s computer. They will have to set up remote access and give you a PIN, just like the way it works now.
The official Help Center article for remote access is yet to be updated. This page was probably made public by mistake, or may be they are preparing an announcement as we speak.
Remote Access on Chromebooks
Based on these screenshots, you will be able to use this service on phones and tablets as well. I am yet to test this. You should be able to use this on Chromebooks too. Chrome Remote Desktop already works on Chromebooks. The web version will make it easier to access and it up.
I will update this post when as soon as I find more information! For now, head-over to https://remotedesktop.google.com/ and start using Chrome Remote Desktop on the web.