Tag: Chrome

Chrome testing out a touchless mode for feature phones

If you’ve been living with a smartphone for the longest time, then you probably think all phones are like this. But there is still...

Chrome Lite Pages introduced

We don't like to say it but there are still places that have no or slow Internet connection. First World countries don't have this...

Google testing out a new Chrome bottom toolbar

With the advent of smartphones with taller screens and more specifically the 18:9 display, it’s not really a surprise that various apps will be...

Google Chrome may also darken web pages in dark mode

Google finally caught on to the fact that not everyone appreciates the white-heavy design of their Material Theme design especially now that people are...

Google will finally make Chrome’s Incognito Mode truly incognito

Despite its name, the Incognito Mode in Google’s Chrome browser is not truly hidden, as some website developers have found a way to detect...

Google now has voice search in Chrome for Android mobile

Even before the advent of the ubiquitous Google Assistant, you could already search for things through voice on the web. But now for some...

Chrome testing out a search-friendly omnibox in mobile app

When Google introduced the new Duet interface for Chrome’s mobile app, one of the changes that was applied was a search button in the...

Chrome OS Instant Tethering can be enabled on other Android phones soon

Chrome OS hasn't really replaced Android. It's been almost a decade since we first thought that would happen but Google's very own desktop platform...

Chrome will soon let you have a “sneak peek” for links

Do you have a gazillion tabs on your Chrome app open? That’s probably because while reading an article, you saw a link, clicked on...

Chrome now has picture-in-picture enabled by default

When you’re working or studying, there are times when you just want to have a video playing in the background so you won’t fall...

Android Jelly Bean will no longer get Google Chrome for Android support

Sorry, Jelly Bean. Google Chrome will stop supporting the old version of Android. This means if your device is still running on Android 4.1,...

Chrome celebrates 10th anniversary with major update

What better way to celebrate 10 years of digital existence than to undergo a major revamp (hopefully, for the good) and release new major...