It seems Google is putting the building blocks together for their next operating system. Fuchsia looks like a potential candidate for replacing both Android and Chrome OS eventually - kind of like how Microsoft envisaged Windows 10 as a one-size-fits-all platform. Show More Summary
Supported on Chromebooks running Android 5.0 or later with x86 processors. Over the past year or so, Chrome OS has gone from an affordable computing solution for the classroom into something that's also practical as a daily operating system for a lot of people. Show More Summary
Browsing internet on Android smartphones can be a problematic task when multiple tabs are opened. Main problem that arises is when opening different links. Sometimes the same link is opened twice in different tabs. This problem can be...Show More Summary
Google Chrome users on Android might’ve noticed that when they over pull a webpage downwards it is automatically refreshed. This feature is useful when you want to refresh a webpage quickly. A major disadvantage of this is, if you enter...Show More Summary
Samsung Internet v6.2 has a lot of new features – here's what to keep an eye out for. Google Chrome is easily the most popular web browser on Android, but that doesn't mean there aren't solid alternatives out there if you want to change up the way you access the web while on the go. Show More Summary
Smartphones without Chrome browser is hard to imagine. While most of the users browse the internet on their phone, it can become a cumbersome experience at times. To fill in the address or the search sometimes becomes a hassle. Thanks...Show More Summary
By default, Chrome’s address bar is always located at the top. This is not much of a problem, except for users with big phones. Trying to type with one hand with such a big phone is usually a mission impossible and one that has resulted in dropped phones. Show More Summary
Google Chrome 62 for Android comes with a set of new features that Google announced on the official Chrome releases blog a couple of days ago. The most important feature of the set, if you ask me, is the ability to view and copy passwords that users saved using the mobile web browser. Show More Summary
Google has released a new update for Chrome, the Android version and it comes with some changes. The latest version allows the user to view their saved passwords, a feature which was previously available only on the desktop variant of the browser. Show More Summary
The latest version of Chrome lets you see your saved passwords, which is a feature previously only available on the desktop variant of the browser.
Remember those dark days where you had to give each and every website your home address and payment details, sometimes in triplicate? The big US firms are aiming to mitigate that burden for you. Earlier this year, Google announced a service that would make it easier to shop on the web – Pay with Google. Show More Summary
Google wants to make it easier for you to shop online and pay for services and subscriptions with a new payment mechanism that’s rolling out across Chrome on desktop, as well as a number ecommerce apps on Android. It’s called Pay with...Show More Summary
Google already has security bounties for Android, Chrome, and Chrome OS, but now they're taking steps to address malware found in the Google Play Store.
Google is testing breaking news notifications in Chrome for Android to ensure you're always up to date with your favorite news sources.
The new feature was spotted in the Canary channel of the Chrome browser for Android.
Tech savvy Android fans who enjoy using Chrome should be happy to know that they can enlist in a special beta program for the browser. We are talking about Chrome Dev which has been specially designed as a platform for developers to test out the browser’s latest updates. Show More Summary
All for web is ditching its exclusivity to Chrome and Android by expanding to Firefox, Opera, and its iOS app. After nearly a year of patiently waiting, Google released a web-based desktop client for Allo in August in the form of "Allo...Show More Summary
If you’re an Android user, chances are you’re also using Chrome for Android. The ubiquitous and controversial browser is most peoples’ go-to on mobile devices, thanks to its irresistible combination of speed, handy features, and customizability. Show More Summary
Chrome 61 for Windows, Mac, and Linux has started rolling out, with Android following in the next few weeks.
If you use a browser that is not Google Chrome, you may get a different experience when you are using Google services. This ranges from being served an older or alter version of a product to being shut out entirely from using a product. Show More Summary