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Chrome for Android adds background media support as part of new update

The latest version of Google's Chrome browser for Android is rolling out. Among other things it adds a way to play media in the background for some sites.
by John CallahamOctober 20, 20167

Chrome Android browser gets its own Canary channel for very early public testing

Google has started a Canary channel version of its Chrome Android browser, allowing anyone to try out very early versions before they are formally released.
by John CallahamOctober 18, 20163

Android Pay is coming to the web via Chrome soon

Google has announced that Android Pay will soon be coming to the web, allowing customers to use the payment system at checkout through Chrome.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 8, 20165

Google is bringing Google Now smarts to Chrome

Google has brought a Google Now-powered section to the New Tab page in Chrome Dev, featuring recent bookmarks and suggested content when signed in.
by Kris CarlonAugust 18, 201610
 
 

Chrome to start killing Flash next month

Our longtime internet companion Flash is terminal, and Chrome has decided to finally take it off life support.
by John DyeAugust 9, 201623

Chrome just snagged less demanding video, better data saving

Chrome 52 sets out to load videos faster and play them smoother than before. On top of that, you can use Data Saver Mode to conserve more data than before.
by Quinten PlummerAugust 2, 20163

Say bye to the Chrome app launcher

Back in March, Google said that Chrome’s app launcher for Windows, Mac, and Linux will disappear. Well, the time has come: Chrome’s app launcher is no more.
by Brian ReighJuly 21, 201635

Pokemon NO! is a Chrome extension that mutes this torrent of online Pokemon content

Although its up in the air as to whether or not this extension is a joke or a practical tool, Pokemon NO! will purge Pokemon content from your screen.
by John DyeJuly 13, 201614

Google Cast now built right into Chrome (extension no longer needed)

Google has taken it to their support page to share the good news. Users can now cast their browser tabs without the need of an added extension.
by Edgar CervantesJuly 3, 201617

Chrome gets Facebook Share and Save plugins

Facebook is bringing sharing and saving into the modern era by introducing two new Chrome plugins that get the job done in just a couple of clicks.
by John DyeJune 29, 20165
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