The most important news about Android M is how it will handle the way apps get permission to access your private data. That sounds like a humble little technical detail until you realize what a revolution it will be when we can set our own permissions on apps, any time we want. And Chrome is doing it too. Read more...
Google today previewed Android "M," the next major version of its mobile operating system featuring Android Pay for mobile payments, app permissions, an improved web experience with Chrome Custom Tabs, app linking, Doze power management,...Show More Summary
A new web experience is coming to Android apps with the release of Android M. Android apps will get a new web experience with the release of Android M. Apps will be able to access Chrome Custom Tabs, which allow apps to securely use the information you've stored in Chrome.
Google has just announced Chrome Custom Tabs for Android M, allowing you to use Chrome as your in-app browser and offering a fully integrated experience.
Today marks the beginning of Google I/O 2015. There are sure to be big announcements for Android, Chrome, and plenty more. You can watch the live stream at the video above, the link below, or follow our sister site Gizmodo’s liveblog here if you can’t tune into the video. Read more...
Google's biggest public event of the year, Google I/O, kicks off today in San Francisco. About 5,000 people will be here. The show is mainly for software developers who build products on Google's Android, Chrome, and other platforms....Show More Summary
Yesterday afternoon, Chrome stable for Android received an update to version 43.0.2357.78 that gave it a couple of features previously featured in the beta channel. Thanks to the update, users can now “quickly and securely” completeShow More Summary
Google announced the rollout of Chrome 43 for Android today, which brings faster online checkouts and more. Google says that Chrome 43 will begin rolling out on Google Play over the next few days, bringing with it a faster checkout process when shopping online, along with a new touch to search feature.
Chrome 43 for Android is out.
We’re sure there are many users out there who rely on Google’s Chrome browser for their Android devices. After all with it being able to sync with the desktop version and its deep ties and integration with Google’s services, it is only natural that heavy users of Google’s products and services can see the benefits of using Chrome. Show More Summary
Windows/Mac/OS X: Google updated the Hangouts Chrome app today with a brand new look that makes it a lot more appealing to use. The new app looks a lot like the Android and iOS versions of Hangouts. Read more...
If you were itching to build an open source browser for Android, you can now do it using a practically all the code from Chrome for Android. As Venture Beat spotted, Google has uploaded the bulk of the remaining code into the open source Chromium repository. Show More Summary
Google has uploaded the majority of the remaining Chrome for Android code into the open-source Chromium repository. In other words, Chrome for Android now matches Chrome for desktop in terms of available open source code, letting anyone examine, modify, and compile the project. Chromium is the open source Web browser project that shares much of […]
Google has just released an update to its Hangouts Chrome application which brings an interface that looks much more like the Hangouts Android app.
A fancy new version of Hangouts is available for Chrome, supporting a variety of OS users on Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and even Mac OSX. From what we can see, the UI has been updated to match that of the Android look, but with a dedicated...Show More Summary
Chrome is an awesome browser but it also has severe memory leak issues that can chew up resources on both your PC and your smartphone. KitGuru highlights some recent comments made by the Chrome for Android team during a Reddit AMA that show Google’s engineers are very much aware of Chrome’s memory leak problems and are vowing to fix it. Show More Summary
“Spoiler Shield comes as a Chrome extension and an app for iOS and Android. It creates a special version of your Facebook and Twitter feeds with all of the annoying spoilers removed.”
Looking for advanced and experimental hidden setting for your Chrome browser? They are called Chrome Flags and we've got them on this Android customization post.
Google's Chrome development team for Android will be ready to answer some questions later today during a AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit. If you have any burning questions about the current and future state of the Chrome web browser for Android, they might just be answered by members of its development team starting in less than an hour on Reddit.
Chrome: We’ve already talked about how great TunnelBear is on Android and iOS. You can use it to get around region blocks, avoid IP tracking, and maintain your privacy. Now, the discreet VPN is available to Chrome users with an extension. Read more...