Chrome 69 Stories September 25, 2018

Chrome 69 earlier this month introduced a Google Material Theme, smarter Omnibox, and a host of other new features for the browser’s 10th anniversary. In recent days, changes related to Account sign-in and clearing cookies were met with criticism. Google has now announced a handful of changes for Chrome 70 that should fix those issues.

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Chrome 69 Stories September 20, 2018

Android development has long only been possible on Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. That changed with the release of Chrome OS 69 and Linux app support. Here’s how you can start developing Android apps from Android Studio on Chrome OS.

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Chrome 69 Stories September 18, 2018

Chrome OS 69 is rolling out today following the Android and desktop release last week. Version 69 includes the Google Material Theme to coincide with the browser’s 10th anniversary. Meanwhile, Linux apps are launching on the stable channel for select devices, while Chrome OS adds Night Light and easier to access system-level voice dictation.

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Chrome 69 Stories September 4, 2018

Following a Mac, Windows, and Linux release this morning, Chrome 69 is now rolling out to Android. The Google Material Theme is the marquee change with a revamped Omnibar, New Tab page, and more. Besides the usual bug fixes and security patches, there is also support for display cutouts.

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The latest update to Google Chrome is rolling out today on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Notably, Chrome 69 brings the Google Material Theme to all operating systems with the desktop version focusing on the “top chrome.” Meanwhile, the browser is moving on to the next stage of HTTPS adoption, preparing to deprecate Flash, and more.

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Google Chrome was unveiled on September 1, 2008 as a “new open source browser” focused on speed and simplicity. Ten years later, its 69th version is launching today with a brand new design, faster browsing experience, and new security features.

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Chrome 69 Stories August 20, 2018

Even before the Google Material Theme was showcased at I/O 2018, the Chrome team has been working on a big redesign for the browser that shares many similarities like rounded corners and stark white backgrounds. Available on both desktop and mobile, this “Material Design refresh” is now scheduled to begin rolling out in September with Chrome 69.

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Chrome 69 Stories August 2, 2018

Chrome 69 is rolling out today to the beta channel with a number of features ranging from security, crash reductions on Windows, display notch support, Picture-in-Picture, and more.

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Chrome 69 Stories June 18, 2018

For the past several months, Google has been working on major redesigns for Chrome on Android. Chrome Home switched to a bottom bar, but was canceled in favor of Chrome Duplex earlier this year. A recent version of Chrome Canary details Google’s latest look for the interface.

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Chrome 69 Stories June 13, 2018

Earlier this month, Google began testing a way to surface files created by Android apps in the Chrome OS Files application. Given upcoming Linux support, the company is now planning a broader “Navigation UI Refresh” for how users view and manage files in Chrome OS.

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Chrome 69 Stories June 6, 2018

Here’s what Google Chrome’s New Tab background image picker will look like [Video]

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been hearing tidbits about Google revamping Chrome’s new tab page with the ability to customize the background with an image. Today, that feature has finally popped up in Chrome Canary so we can finally see what it looks like.

Chrome 69 Stories May 17, 2018

Google has long been a big proponent of pushing HTTPS as seen with the .app top-level domain where security is default and in Search rankings. The biggest adoption drive has been through Chrome, with the browser soon marking all HTTP sites as “Not secure.”

When that fully rolls out, Google will begin phasing out the green “Secure” badge and lock icon as security becomes the default expectation.

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