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Chrome Makes Data Compression Feature Available to Select iOS Users

by S.Roy on September 16, 2013

Select iOS users are now being offered data compression feature in the Chrome browser. In iOS devices, the feature allows Google apps integration and saves bandwidth by use of proxy servers of Google. However, Chrome Beta is not available to iOS users, as of now.

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Chrome 29 Comes with Omnibox Suggestions and other Enhancements

by S.Roy on August 22, 2013

The Omnibox has

always been a cool search feature in the Chrome browser. Now, Chrome 29 has gone a step beyond to offer users better auto-suggestion in the Omnibox based on the recency of sites that have been visited. This is aimed at making suggestions more well-timed and contextually relevant.

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Vulnerability in Google Chrome Allows Password Access to Hackers

by S.Roy on August 8, 2013

It is well-known that most web browsers can be compromised, albeit to some extent, by users with malicious intent. But a shocking discovery of a security flaw in the Google Chrome browser has brought to light that only a few mouse clicks can let anyone access all saved passwords in a list.

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Chrome for Android Has a Stable Update with Improved Features

by S.Roy on July 16, 2013

On Wednesday, Google announced the stable update for Chrome for Android. According to the company, the latest version would come with more than one enhancement that users of Android devices would love and appreciate.

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After Android, Google Now Comes to Chrome Browser

by S.Roy on June 28, 2013

An ambitious project, Google Now is designed to prompt users to find information even before asking for it, such as scores for a soccer match or directions for a nearest restaurant. Android users are quite acquainted with the service but it is for the first time that Google Now will be coming to the Chrome browser as well. In Chrome, the service can – among other things – provide users with information about the TV shows they are watching and sales offers they are interested in.

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Stop Google Ads from Tracking Your Web Activities

by S.Roy on June 18, 2013

There has recently been a concern over the report that Google and various advertisers have managed to serve targeted ads by bypassing the privacy settings of users and foregoing third-party cookie policies. The report led to a resentment among consumers as well as privacy advocates. Google and advertising firms have agreed to abide by a do-not-track policy that is going to see light at the end of the year. But if you cannot wait that long, there is a solution from Google that would let you not to be followed by relentless ad programs.

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Google Chrome Service Pages Give Faster Access to Settings

by S.Roy on June 10, 2013

While those with a leaning towards under-the-hood stuff can easily access the internal Chrome settings pages such as Chrome://flags, it can be difficult for the average Joes and Janes to remember their names. This is where the “Service pages for Google Chrome” extension proves to be useful. It stores the names of every service page in the browser in a menu and saves your time in looking for them every time you need them.

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Google Chrome 28 Beta Released for Android

by S.Roy on May 28, 2013

Google has finally released the Beta version of the Chrome browser for Android users. And the latest version, albeit unstable, comes with several new features that take the user experience up by several notches.

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Chrome Brings Printing and Full-Screen Features to iOS

by S.Roy on April 12, 2013

Google has updated the Chrome browser for iOS, powering the Apple operating system with printing options and fullscreen browsing capabilities. The features can be availed on all Apple devices running the iOS, such as the iPad and the iPhone.

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Google Chrome Brings Full-Screen Browsing to Android Users

by S.Roy on April 11, 2013

The new Beta version of the Chrome browser is out, and has brought some interesting features to Android users. The features, some of which were previously made available in iOS, have also been introduced to Android now. Notable among them is the full-screen browsing feature.

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