Thanks to some reader input, we’ve been made aware that a missing feature we discussed not long ago that is now coming soon to a Chromebook near you. That feature? […]
There are multiple different channels that apps find themselves making their way onto your Chrome OS device. At one time it was via the Chrome Web Store. In that store, you can find dedicated Chrome OS apps alongside Extensions that expand the usability of Chrome. Now that Android has come on the scene, this section of the site will expand incredibly.
For most users, the YouTube app for Android is the go-to when checking out the latest videos in your playlist but sometimes, you just want to stay in Chrome, watch […]
Sure, if you’re a Windows user you can just go to the Chrome download page and install the world’s most popular browser by Google. But what’s the fun in that? […]
Chrome 63 for desktop is barely out of the box but the latest version of Chrome Beta has delivered some updates that are worth chatting about. Version 64.0.3282.24 for Windows, […]
The Chrome browser for Android is adding a “parallel downloading” feature as a default function in the mobile browser in the upcoming release of version 64. The addition will result […]
News came out earlier this week that Google is moving forward on its earlier-announced plans of shuttering Chrome Apps across the board. As such, the move isn’t exactly a surpise […]
Google continues to ramp up support for the Enterprise market with deeper cloud integration, Virtual Machine options and hardware for the corporate playground.
It’s that time again! Sometime in the next week or so, Chrome OS will receive the latest milestone update and version 63 will begin rolling out to Chromebooks and Chrome […]
One of the best-kept secrets in the Chrome world has long-been Chrome Remote Desktop. I’ve personally used it for years and it was a vital tool that helped me make […]