Google Chrome 66 Is Now Rolling Out to Android and iOS Users with New Features
Google announced earlier today the final release of the Chrome 66 web browser for desktop (Linux, Mac, and Windows) and mobile (Android and iOS) platforms.
Probably the best feature of the Google Chrome 66 web browser is the enablement of the Mute Autoplay feature by default, no longer allowing video streams on websites to play automatically. The feature is available on all supported platforms, including Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows, and Chrome OS.
We already told you about the new features Google implemented in the Chrome 66 release for Linux, Windows, and Mac, so we’re now talking about the new features for Android and iOS platforms in this article. We’ll start with Chrome 66 for iOS, which now lets users export passwords saved in Chrome for use in other apps.
The Export Passwords feature was implemented in the Settings -> Passwords secti… (read more)
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