Ever see videos in your search results and wonder what they’re all about, but you don’t want to press play and sit through each one? Google’s rolling out a new feature to help with that.
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Google’s Chrome for Android has the ability to download web pages for reading at a later time, but the company has improved the functionality of this feature in the latest update.
Long pressing a link will now give you a “Download Link” option. If you’re offline and you see the ... Read More »
Google has announced that Chrome for Android has been updated to version 58.0.3029.83, and it includes some nice improvements. Downloads can now be managed on the Downloads page, the history page has been redesigned to make it easier to wipe your data, and long pressing a link ... Read More »
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Google has announced a new update for Chrome for Android. This update adds several improvements, but the most notable is the new ability to download content for offline viewing. This content can include music, videos, and even full web pages, allowing users to quickly save content that they find and then freely view ... Read More »
Google Chrome for Android is currently being updated to version 53, and it brings a few cool features to the mainstream. The first is Android Pay support, which allows you to pay for things without filling out forms or grabbing your wallet. Now all you’ll need to do is press a ... Read More »
What is quite possibly the most important app on your phone is seeing a major update today. Chrome for Android has just reached version number 36, and along with it comes a handful of new features, improvements and security fixes.
I hope you’re still hungry for some piping hot app updates, Android users, because Google has announced that it’s now rolling out a new version of Chrome for Android.
For quite a while, the Chromecast was a very limited device. Not many apps supported it, so it was not as easy of a buy as it is now. Still, for only $35 it was a fantastic buy and not overly limited considering what you were paying. But ever since the Chromecast SDK opened up ... Read More »
Mobile web browsers incorporate a delay between your tap and something happening, 300ms in the case of Chrome for Android. This is to allow the device to wait for the second tap, so you can double tap to zoom. Without this delay, the instant response would make double tap unusable. Thus, the delay is necessary.
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Want to stay at the very forefront of web-browsing technology? Don’t mind a few hiccups along the way? Google’s got your back. Just announced on the Chrome blog, Google has released an official Chrome for Android beta channel into the Play store, compatible with all Android 4.0+ devices.
According to the blog post detailing the ... Read More »