It is hard to believe that Google Chrome has been working since 2008 and has successfully completed 10 years of its work. No doubt, in a very short period of time, Google Chrome has gained so much popularity on the web and as a mobile app. Yesterday, Chrome celebrated 10 years of its success by introducing new Features in version 69. Chrome 69 launched earlier this week on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is now slowly making its way to Android and iOS devices with new features. Chrome 69 Notch Support & Material Theme are the two major new features introduced.
Chrome 69 Notch Support & Material Theme Will provide a fresh new look
Google Chrome 69 finally brings a uniform Material Design finish to the entire user experience. Chrome 69 will now make password creation and management within the browser much more useful. Google stated that:
“Our newest update includes a refreshed design that lets you navigate the web faster, and a completely revamped password manager and updated autofill so you can get things done more easily and securely. And Chrome’s search box (the “Omnibox”) gives you more information directly as you type, saving you even more time.”
Chrome 69 adds support for display cutouts. Developers will now be able to tell the browser to expand into the display cutout area when someone visits their websites. Moreover, Chrome 69 has now improved the Omnibox. Now you can complete simple search tasks right in the Omnibox without leaving your tab
Chrome will create a strong and random password for you to use automatically. If you select the password, it will save it to your Google account, making it unnecessary for you to remember the password.
Google also mentioned that this new version of Chrome enables secure and easy mobile payments via third-party payment apps. Furthermore, the password generation will now work on more websites.