An experimental feature has landed to the latest Chrome Canary builds, which allows users to install PWAs on Windows, Linux, macOS and Chrome OS platforms.
Google Chrome team today announced to stop releasing new versions for “Ice Cream Sandwich” version of Android. After the release of Chrome 42, which is scheduled in mid-April 2015, ICS devices would not receive any further update.
Chrome on Android Lollipop supports a new type of Meta tag, with name theme-color, which can be used by webmasters to set the toolbar color.
Chrome on Android fails to check for certificate revocation completely, and connects users to a possibly malicious resource instead of the original and trusted resource.
Google today announced a new updated version (v32) of the Chrome mobile browser for Android and iOS. This version brings various new features including Data Compression functionality.
Android team has decided to not ship any pre-loaded browser with the Android 4.4+. The WebView would be there, but the OEM manufacturers would have to manage a default browser on their own.
This upcoming feature would enable Chrome users on Android and iOS to use the Chrome packaged apps. Users of other browsers can also install Chrome Apps from the Chrome Web Store.