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How to manage your saved passwords in Chrome for Android

This guide will show you how to access and enable Chrome for Android's basic password manager feature and perform simple actions.

Load Web Links faster with Chromer for Android

13 hours agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Chromer is a free application for Android devices that has been designed to speed up the loading of web links from any application by using Android's Chrome Custom Tabs feature. Whenever you open a link in a third-party application on your Android device, say a link posted by a friend to WhatsApp, you are either […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Google Chrome is getting a redesign — here's what it looks like (GOOG)

Google is planning a redesign for Chrome, its browser, that would adopt the "Material Design" ideas that Android uses, according to The Next Web. Screenshots of the redesign were spotted on Google's developer website and show a slight...Show More Summary

Google is going to give Chrome a big visual makeover – here are the first images

By most accounts, the transition to Material Design has been a successful one for Android. It's more responsive, it's easier on the eyes and it's even made its way over to iOS to some degree. So it only makes sense that Google would take what it's learned from Android and implement the best elements in the Chrome browser. Show More Summary

How to enable touch to search in Chrome on Android - CNET

Looking for the touch to search option in Chrome for Android? Depending on the version you're using, it may be turned off. Here's how to get it back.

YouTube Picture in Picture for Chrome Lets You Browse and Watch at the Same Time

Chrome: The picture-in-picture mode used by the YouTube app for iOS and Android is a great way to continue browsing on YouTube while a video is playing. The YouTube Picture in Picture extension adds that functionality to Chrome on the desktop. Read more...

Google+ seems to be getting Chrome Custom Tabs support in a server-side update

2 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Some folks are beginning to see a nice new change to Google+ for Android. The app has started implementing Chrome Custom Tabs, which is a feature Google released last year that allows you to view third-party content without being kicked to a browser or using a barebones webview.

Journey Is a Journal App With Photo Support and Calendar View

Android/Chrome/Web: Keeping a journal has a ton of healthy side benefits. Journey, the photo-friendly journaling app, makes it even easier with a calendar and atlas view for reviewing your entries. Read more...

Pushbullet adds picture messaging for computer

Pushbullet has just updated its Chrome extension, desktop app and Android app to support computer-based picture messaging.

Pushbullet Brings Picture Messages (MMS) From Desktop and Improved SMS Reliability

This morning, Pushbullet announced “the last missing feature” for users, MMS support. Once updated on all of your platforms (Android, Windows, Chrome extension), sending picture messages should be just as easy doing it on any other messaging service. Show More Summary

OPINION: The Effect of Google Chrome’s Upgrade on Emerging Markets

The following is a guest contributed post first published by MAW from Marco Veremis, the CEO of Upstream. Earlier this month, Google upgraded its Chrome for Android data saver mode, which removes images when loading over a slow connection and helps users save up to 70 percent of mobile data when browsing the web. The […]

Bring Back Touch to Search in Chrome For Android With This Setting

Chrome for Android had a neat little feature that allows you to tap a word to do a Google search for the word without leaving the page you’re on. It’s gone missing for some, but here’s how to bring it back. Read more...

Chrome for Android Gets New Custom Notification Buttons and Other New Features

There is a new update for the users of Chrome for Android browser as the company has announced v48. However, the version is still in beta and as such, it still needs some fixing here and there before the full stable version is rolled out to the general public. Show More Summary

VLC brings its media playback prowess to Chrome OS, but it's an Android app

VLC, the popular media player that can tackle practically any video or audio format you throw at it, is now available for Chrome OS....

VLC launches on Chrome OS

VideoLAN today launched VLC, the world’s most used media player, for Chrome OS. You can download the new app, which is a port of the VLC version for Android, from the Chrome Web Store. Chrome OS was one of the last desktop operating systems for which VLC was not available (the media player exists for […]

Use your phone as a lightsaber in Chrome Experiment’s new Star Wars mini-game

2 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Whether you’re looking for something to impress the Mrs, or simply want to try something different with the kids, Google’s latest Chrome experiment is bringing a little extra Star Wars fun to your Android devices.

One Data-Saving Reason to Use Chrome on Android & iOS

Back in November, the Chrome apps for Android and iOS received a big update — and a new feature — that will surely bring joy to those who have trouble staying within data limits due to their Web browsing habit. The new feature is called Data Saver Mode and Google claims that it can reduce data usage by to 70%. Show More Summary

Chrome Beta v48 adds custom notification buttons, Presentation API support and more

The latest version of Google's Chrome Beta browser for Android has just been released to the Play Store, bringing along with it some notable changes that will make developers' jobs much easier.

Pixel C Was Apparently Never Meant To Run Android

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Back in September, Google took the wraps off the Pixel C Android tablet. It was an interesting naming choice considering that the Pixel brand seemed to reserved for Google’s Chrome OS, while the Nexus brand was for Android devices as we have seen in the past with the Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and etc. Show More Summary

Pixel C Reviews Show Android for Tablets Is Still a Work in Progress

Google’s Pixel C runs Android, but early reviews suggest it might be better off running Chrome OS.

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