Hard to believe it’s taken this long but it was last July when we discovered that developers were bringing Chrome’s “pull to refresh” feature to the desktop version of the browser. Since that time, we’ve not seen hide nor hair of the feature that will make the Chrome user-experience much more friendly for owners of […]
Workflow, workflow, workflow. I don’t know about you but Chrome’s trackpad gestures are a major part of my workflow every single day.
Yesterday, developers gave us a sneak peak at Chrome’s new ad blocking policies that will take effect less than 24 hours from now. Accordingly, sites that do not meet the standards of the Coalition for Better Ads will have their advertising blocked completely in the Chrome browser. Today, we received a deeper look at how […]
Google and the Chromium developers have been very forward about making their cherished Chrome browser safer, more secure and as unintrusive as possible. Just last week, they announced that July would mark the month that Chrome will label all HTTP sites as “not secure.”
The dinosaur easter egg in Chrome is about to get a little more user-friendly. If you’re unfamiliar with the Dino game, do yourself a favor and head to chrome://dino. You can thank me later.
Improvements to accessibility are always welcome additions to any software and web browsers are no exception. Clearly, we are fans of Chrome and that includes Google’s browser in all its forms across every available platform. So, we celebrate with all the non-Chrome OS users when developers bring refinements to the world’s most popular window to […]
Sunday is game day! In a little over 24 hours, players will take the field and vie to take home the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy. If you’re like me, (a Denver fan) your team was mathematically eliminated months ago but Super Bowl is the one game that transcends team loyalty and for a few hours, […]
Chrome users on Windows, Mac and Linux may who recently updated to version 64 may have noticed some rather unusual behavior from Google’s browser. Reports have been rolling into the Chrome Product Forum that Chrome is no longer keeping users logged into sites even when “remember me” is checked.
Users of Chrome for Desktop have some new features to be excited about as version 64 rolls out to Linux, Mac and Windows this week. Behind the scenes, Chrome 64 includes fifty-three (53) bug and security fixes that netted friendly hackers upwards of $30,000 in bounties, collectively. Find out more about the bounty program and […]
Well, January 15th has come and gone. If you happen to manage a Chrome supervised account, you’re probably well aware that some major changes have taken place and your hands are currently tied firmly behind your back. I’m sure many of you are left wondering what happened, why and how Google is going to remedy […]
A long time ago, in an internet world all but forgotten, having your browser tabs aligned vertically along the side of the screen was a thing. Okay, so it wasn’t that long ago and for many, having your tabs on the side of your browser is still your daily workflow.
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 a video and move on without launching the app. A recent update to the Developer and Canary builds of Chrome will now make the YouTube […]