Chrome 94 Stories October 14

Google is today rolling out Chrome OS 94 as the last six-week update for the platform. There are a handful of user-facing additions in this update that will be fully available over the coming weeks.

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories September 27

Last week, Google rolled out the latest version of its browser and kicked off the new four-week release cadence. Chrome 94 is now widely rolling out on Android, and it brings along Material You, as well as Dynamic Color on newer devices. 

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories September 25

Following version 93’s release on Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux, the next release of Google’s browser is rolling out. Chrome 94 is here and marks the start of updates every four weeks (instead of six).

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories August 5

Google Chrome for desktop is set to gain a handy screenshot tool, complete with Google Lens integration, which should replace screenshot extensions.

Update: The Google Lens integration is now live in pre-release builds of Chrome.

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories July 19

Google’s next Android homescreen widget is a dedicated shortcut to Chrome’s Dino Run game, matching the iOS widget.

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories July 14

Over the years, Chrome has been a big proponent of increasing HTTPS adoption to improve privacy and security on the web. The latest Chrome steps include rolling out an HTTPS-First Mode and experimenting with a replacement for the lock icon in the address bar.

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories July 10

Chrome OS’s Files app is preparing to support a variety of archive formats, including 7z, iso, tgz, and many more.

expand full story

Chrome 94 Stories July 9

Chrome OS may soon let you sort your apps in the launcher

Chrome OS is set to get a new quality of life upgrade, allowing you to automatically sort the apps in the launcher.

Chrome 94 Stories June 29

For years now, Google has been one of the biggest proponents of using a more secure HTTPS connection everywhere possible. Google’s latest optional push, “HTTPS-Only Mode,” would make older HTTP websites inaccessible in Chrome.

expand full story

Powered by WordPress VIP