Tag Archives: Google Chrome

Chrome for Android can Answer your Questions now

Have you got some questions in your mind? Don’t worry the Chrome for Android has now the ability to answer that. Chrome has introduced a new experimental feature on Android devices which will make an attempt to answer your queries when you type them in the search bar of the browser. These answers will be…Read More…

Chrome for Android One comes with data compression and safe browsing

Android One launched by Google, are the devices that aims to deliver a great Android experience at an affordable price. This also includes offline YouTube viewing as well as a feature of data compression and Safe browsing in Chrome browser. The data compression feature compresses the amount of data flowing between the phone and the…Read More…

Use Ctrl + H in Google Chrome To Access and Manage Your Browsing History

If you use the Google Chrome Web Browser, hold down the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard and hit the “H” key… This hotkey combination makes it easy to view your history (for the past 90 days) and to manage various aspects of it, such as “clearing your browsing history” and managing the history on any…Read More…

  • By Ramblinrick

64-bit Google Chrome for OS X to launch in November

The 64-bit version of Google Chrome web browser was recently made available for all Windows users and now it seems like soon the Mac OS X users will also get it. Google says that it will be launching official and stable version pf 64-bit Chrome web browser for OS X users in the month November.…Read More…

Evernote and Vine are the first Android Apps coming to Chrome OS

Back at Google I/O, the company announced that it plans to work with select set of developers to bring Android apps to Google Chrome OS, allowing users to access their favorite apps even from their Chromebooks. And now the search giant has announced the first set of Android apps which will be making their way…Read More…

Awesome Screenshot (Capture and Annotate) Google Chrome Browser Extension (Five Star Rating)

As a blogger I often use a screen capture program to grab screenshots to use in my postings. Most screen capture programs I use are locally installed Windows programs; however, lately I have been using the Google Chrome browser extension called Awesome Screenshot (Capture and Annotate) to grab screenshots to post in Scribefire which is the…Read More…

  • By Ramblinrick
  • Posted in Software
  • Also tagged Annotate, browser extension, , Google Chrome browser extension, Screen Capture, screenshot,

Send SMS with your Android smartphone from any device with EndlessJabber (Review)

For years, one of the things I’ve always wanted was an easy way to be able to send text messages while on different devices, especially my laptop or desktop computer. This is one of the main reasons why services like Facebook Messenger and Google Hangouts have always been my go to messenger services since I could……Read More…

  • By Thomas Leskin

Chrome for Android new Update brings Material Design: Download Now

After testing it in beta, Google has finally started rolling out a new update for its Chrome Web Browser for Android. The latest Google Chrome version 37 brings lots of performance improvements, bug fixes and the much awaited Material Design to the browser. Along with the new design language, Google Chrome 37 also brings a new…Read More…

[APK Download] Google Chrome Updates to v37 Bringing that Beautiful Material Design

Were you too scared to try out Chrome Beta with Material Design? Most likely not. But just in case you were, Google decided to help drown those fears. Google Chrome for your Android Device updates to v37 and brings in that delicious Material Design we want all our apps to have. It’s truly a beautiful…Read More…

  • By David Pena

Chrome for Android updated with Material Design

Google Chrome, the default browser on most Android devices, is getting a pretty big UI update today. We’ve seen the updated UI in a previous version of Chrome Beta, but it’s just now making its way to the Chrome stable app. If you’ve used the Chrome Beta version, it’s the exact same thing. The action……Read More…

  • By Jimmy Westenberg
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