I have talked about this back in August when the feature landed in development versions of Chrome for Android. Basically, what it does is add article recommendations to the New Tab Page. Chrome for Android users who open the New Tab page can swipe down on it to see the "articles for you" list. It […]
The Google Chrome web browser was released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows and soon thereafter for Apple Macintosh and Linux systems as well. It quickly grew to become a popular web browser, depending on market share the most popular or second most popular browser, in the world.
A large part of Chrome’s source code was released as an open source project Chromium which Chrome is still based on up to this day.
Google itself makes Chrome available in several different versions. The most used is the stable version of the web browser, but there are also versions released to the beta, dev and canary channel of the browser in addition to releases to the Chromium channel. The more experimental the versions get the higher the chance that you will run into bugs and issues, but you also have access to features that stable users of the Internet browser do not get access to for some time.
Google Chrome is generally regarded as a secure, fast and simple web browser, and while that has been changed somewhat with the introduction of the browser’s own extension engine, it is no where near as customizable as the Firefox web browser.
You find the list of Chrome articles, reviews, news pieces and tutorials listed below. A good starting point may be our Google Chrome Extensions reviews which you may find useful if you are already running the web browse
Google has removed support for panels in Chrome 54 on all platforms except on Chrome OS. Panels, which were only enabled on developer versions of Chrome by default, and had to be enabled on other versions using the enable panels flag on chrome://flags, looked like notifications on first glance. They enabled extension developers to spawn […]
Google has just released Chrome Canary for Android. Chrome Canary is the cutting edge version of the Chrome web browser by Google which has just been available for desktop devices previously. Chrome users on Android who wanted to run development versions of the web browser had to use the beta or developer edition of Chrome […]
Recolor is a free open source browser extension for the Google Chrome web browser that switches the color scheme on websites you visit to a custom one. Some sites may use colors or color schemes that you find hard to read, or distracting. While there are plenty of extensions out there that let you change […]
Ungoogled-Chromium is a fork of Chromium that puts the focus on privacy and security by removing Google traces and other bits of code from the browser that weaken privacy. The custom browser is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and as source code. Chromium is an open source web browser that Google Chrome and […]
Google announced today that it plans to deliver new features to the stable version of Google Chrome for the company's Android operating system. The announcement is more of a teaser, as none of the features mentioned by Google is yet available in Chrome Stable. Tip: You get access to some of the features if you […]
Tunnello is a relatively new browser VPN extension for the Google Chrome web browser that is currently in beta and thus offered for free. The extension works similar to how other VPN extensions for Google Chrome work: install the extension, sign-up for a free account, and start using the service in the browser afterwards. Note: […]
Silent Site Sound Blocker is a free browser extension for the Chrome web browser that acts like a sound firewall when you are using the browser. Audio plays a big role on the Internet. Any modern web browser supports audio playback. You come into contact with audio on a variety of sites: there are multimedia […]
Flico is a new browser extension for Google Chrome that you may use to identify landmarks and words in YouTube videos while you watch them. If you like to watch videos on YouTube, you may have come upon locations displayed in some videos that you would like to know more about. While that is easy […]
Falcon is a brand new browser extension for Google Chrome that adds full-text history search capabilities to the web browser. Chrome by default matches titles or urls to what you type in its address bar, and displays what it considers the best matches for your query as suggestions. Falcon changes the default behavior by adding […]
If you are a Google Chrome user on the stable channel, you may have noticed that some of your extensions stopped working with the update to Chrome 53. While any number of extensions may be affected by this, the issue has been confirmed for HTTPS Everywhere and Privacy Badger. Here is what is happening: The […]
Feedbro is a browser extension for Google Chrome that adds local feed reading capabilities to the web browser. Local means that no remote service is used to synchronize feeds. While some users may dislike that, for instance if they read feeds on multiple devices, others may prefer it that way as they are not dependent […]
Chrome 54 Developer for Android has a new feature that allows you to download web pages for offline viewing. The new download manager in Google Chrome for Android ships with a new downloads manager. You find it with a tap on the menu icon, and when you open it, get a selection of the latest […]