Users can receive queries directly in Chrome’s search box, such as weather details and other basic info.
Google is rolling out an update to Chrome for Android tonight. Version 37 brings a Material Design overhaul and more. Chrome Beta users will already be familiar with many of the new features.
Google has added TLS/SSL support to their chrome.sockets API, this means fully secured HTTPS connections from your Android device to the Chrome extensions on your desktop.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about lots of things Google did, how root apps have some troubles ahead, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
Google’s Chrome Beta on Android has a few new tricks up its sleeve. Admittedly, we’ve already seen these features on the desktop browser, but now possible on Android will be the ability to reopen a closed tab, fullscreen HTML5 video playback, support for some multi-window supporting devices and the ability to send some video to your Chromecast.
While Google’s Pokémon Challenge slipped out a day before April Fools’ Day, the Chrome team’s gag will only work on April 1, and will let you translate websites into the most important of languages: emoji. Read on for more!
Redditor suggests a simple tweak that actually seems to work at making Chrome for Android scroll smoother. The tweak involves changing a setting in Chrome://flags.
Reports emerged over the past week about adware and malware peddlers buying popular Chrome extensions and turning them into data-collecting or ad-injecting tools. Google removed two of these extensions, but the problem runs deeper.
If you run Chrome Canary, you can enable Google Now for your browser right now by setting a few flags in the settings page. Google Now for Chrome will show weather, sports scores, commute traffic, event reminders cards, and more.
Commits found in the Chromium open source project, the precursor of Chrome and Chrome OS, suggest that Google may be bringing Chromecast support to the Android version of the browser in the close future.