Chrome 63 Stories December 11, 2017

Chrome 63 began rolling out to Android and desktop browsers last week with the usual security fixes and new developer features. On the latter platform, this update introduces Material Design to the Bookmark Manager.

expand full story

Chrome 63 Stories December 6, 2017

Rolling out today, version 63 of Google Chrome includes a number security enhancements for enterprise users. Site Isolation allows pages to be rendered in a separate process, while TLS 1.3 is now enabled on Gmail. Google also announced other upcoming security features for the year ahead.

expand full story

Chrome 63 is rolling out to Mac, Windows, and Linux today with an assortment of developer-focused features and security fixes. The biggest additions in this desktop release are a redesigned chrome://flags page and a tweaked permissions dropdown.

expand full story

Google Chrome now supports ‘Smart Text Selection’ on Android Oreo devices

Android Oreo brings a lot of subtle improvements to Google’s OS, and one of the features that often floats under the radar is Smart Text Selection. Now, the latest stable version of Chrome for Android supports that feature.

Chrome 63 Stories December 5, 2017

In a slightly unorthodox move, Chrome 63 for Android is rolling out before the Mac, Windows, and Linux variants. This version introduces a number of changes on mobile, including a new site permissions dialog, redesigned chrome://flags page, and a new introductory prompt for Chrome Home.

expand full story

Chrome 63 Stories October 27, 2017

With version 62 rolling out on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android, Chrome 63 is now in the beta channel. Besides the usual security fixes, it is heavy on new developer features, with notable behavioral changes for permission requests and audio muting.

expand full story

Chrome 63 Stories September 14, 2017

Autoplaying video or audio on the web can be convenient at times and very frustrating at others. To improve the experience, upcoming versions of Google Chrome will make “autoplay more consistent with user expectations” and give more controls for audio.

expand full story

Powered by WordPress VIP