Chrome 84 Stories July 20, 2020

After rolling out last week to Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android, Chrome OS 84 will soon be available in the coming weeks. There are a number of usability improvements this release.

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Chrome 84 Stories July 17, 2020

Chrome for Android streamlines web logins w/ ‘Touch to Fill’

Google Chrome, like most browsers, already goes a long way toward making browsing the web easy and secure by saving your passwords and periodically checking if any of them have been compromised. Now Chrome for Android is streamlining the process of logging into websites using saved passwords with a new “Touch to Fill” experience.

Chrome 84 Stories July 14, 2020

Following version 83’s release on Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux, the next release of Google’s browser is rolling out. Chrome 84 features a handful of user-facing changes and new capabilities for web developers.

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Chrome 84 Stories May 28, 2020

Earlier this year, Google introduced a quieter permissions UI for denying notification requests. Chrome 84 in July will automatically block intrusive notifications and other prompts on abusive sites.

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Chrome 84 Stories May 5, 2020

For years, Chrome OS has used a simple, straightforward app to let you thumb through photos on your Chromebook. Over the past few months, Google has been working on an all-new “Gallery” app for Chrome OS, with some built-in editing tools. Let’s check it out!

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Chrome 84 Stories April 17, 2020

Earlier today, the first concrete details leaked out about Google’s answer to the Apple Card, something we’ve been hearing about since roughly September. Coinciding with the arrival of the new report, early support for this “Google Card” has appeared in Chrome.

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One of the best parts of the web is the ability to easily share a link to a friend to more or less get them to the same page that you’re looking at. While there are numerous ways to share a link with someone online, it’s a bit harder to do in-person without manually typing in a URL. Google Chrome is now ready to change that with its new QR Code sharing option, appearing in the latest Canary builds.

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