Along with a ton of other fun stuff detailed at Google I/O last week, a tasty update for both VR and AR efforts from Google looks to bring the goodness of Chrome into both of those experiences.MORE
The Chrome developer team is at it again. This time, the developer build of Chrome for Android is experimenting with a new search widget. Search bars on Android aren’t new by any means but this one might be a little different than what we’re used to.MORE
Mac users will feel a little more at home using Chrome thanks to an upcoming addition to version 59 of the browser. Mac OS has its own notification system and I won’t lie, it’s quite attractive. It almost has a Chrome-esque feel to it already. Chrome’s native notifications are clean and simple but lack the Material Design feel that rest of Google’s products are acquiring.MORE
Chromecast support is becoming near-universal across the streaming media landscape. If you’ve been looking for it, the Chromecast button in most video players is present from NBC to CBS, ESPN to MLB.TV. Even in smaller, embedded video players on random websites, you may find that cast button available.
Casting has become very, very widespread. Yet, there are still some holdouts, and Google is trying to bridge that gap.MORE