Open Safari URL in Chrome

If you have Flash turned off/disabled/not installed in Safari, then you occasionally need to open the current URL in Google Chrome to view an annoying but necessary flash app.

There are lots of ways to do this, including AppleScript for full control, or by using the Google Chrome actions, but the easiest way to do this is simply:

It uses the SafariURL token which gets the URL of the current tab in Safari (Safari needs to be running, obviously, but does not need to be at the front, so this can also be useful for pasting in the Safari URL in a Mail message for example).

And then it simply opens the URL in Google Chrome.