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Google Chrome tests new features that make it easier to shop, search, and share quotes

Google Chrome is split into multiple releases with varying stability levels, ranging from Stable to Beta to Dev and finally Canary, so users and developers and choose which version of the browser they're most comfortable running. The Chrome Beta channel, like other development channels, has flags and experiments that can be toggled so that you...

Chrome for iOS to bring Face and Touch ID security for Incognito tabs

The Incognito mode on Chrome is a great option if you want to visit sensitive websites and, at the same time, avoid leaving a trace behind in the browser’s history. However, if you forget to close these tabs, chances are that someone can pick up your unlocked phone and get access to these Incognito tabs....

Google Chrome 88 Beta adds payment API for web apps, plus tab searches

Google has promoted Chrome 88 to the Beta Channel ahead of a stable release in the early days of 2021. Now, we should just warn you up front that this is not going to be a release of mind-crunching innovation, but there are a number of cool things going on in the Flags menu that...

Chrome 79 Beta brings over VR to the web, Adaptive Icons for installed PWAs, and more

Chrome is the world's most popular browser, enjoying a market share of about 65% as of September 2019. The second position goes to Safari with a 16% market share, so one can see how wide the disparity really is in terms of user preference and choice. Google Chrome gets updated regularly, with features like Site...

Chrome Beta v62 Adds Network Quality Estimator API, OpenType Variable Fonts, and More

Around the middle of each month we learn about the new changes going into the next beta version of Chrome and this month is no different. We last update the beta channel of Chrome received was last month and it was up to version 61. As expected, Google has just released some details of the...

Chrome 57 Beta Adds the CSS Grid Layout, Enhances Add to Home Screen and More

Google has recently rolled out new Chrome updates to Android, Chrome OS, Linux, Mac and Windows. If you haven't already received your latest Chrome update, be sure to check and see if it's available for you now. This means that work from previous release channels are now being shifted to the next branch (Canary to...