Chrome Will Now Automatically Block ‘Unsecured Downloads’

Google has added a new feature in its new chrome update. The feature will automatically block all the downloads from unsecured sites. This feature adds to Google’s new attempt to make your user experience better.

In this latest chrome update, the browser tries to block downloads from any of the websites which have HTTP URL and which do not follow HTTP secure protocol. The program aims to the task by forcing audio and video downloads to use HTTP connections. Google made this announcement through its chromium blog. The company has made this feature as many of the users are unaware of the malware and viruses which they download unknowingly. This downloaded malware gives access to sensitive information like passwords, CVV and other bank details. Read More

What To Expect From Google In 2017

In 2016, Google displayed its vision for a more pervasive and conventional way of interacting with technology. This year, we experienced the company’s focus on more of hardware offerings and launch of top notch devices such as The Android Wear 2.0, Daydream View VR headset, Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, Google Home Speaker, Chromecast Ultra and Google Wi-Fi router, were met with a good market response.

Google also announced improvements to Android by launching a new major update to the software, Android Nougat 7.1.1, which will be available for most of the android devices by early 2017. There was Google Duo as well, the FaceTime competitor, dedicated to a video-only experience, and not to forget Google Allo, the messaging app with a resident chatbot, the Google Assistant.

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Desktop Notifications — Notifications On Your Browser (Review)

notificationsDon’t want to miss out on those important notifications about your next meeting date, time at the movies, or your anniversary but don’t want to leave whatever you’re browsing? Desktop notifications combines these two tasks, making your browser act as a hub for notifications so that you don’t miss out on those while surfing the web. Read More

Chrome Browsing On Android Sucks

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People who remember the stock browser that came with all Android phones would know how torturous it was to surf the internet on it. It was slow and temperamental. But after Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it was replaced with Chrome for Android. And it was an improvement by miles! But Chrome for Android looks good only when compared with its predecessor. Judged on its own, the browser is still lacking in performance. Read More

Google Launches Unified Messaging App for iOS, Android and Chrome

hangoutsAt Google I/O today, Google launched a new unified messaging App for iOS, Android and Chrome dubbed “Hangouts”. Hangouts is now a standalone application instead of simply being a feature of Google+ and as Google describes it – “conversations which last” and “with people that you love.” Just like any other messaging App, you will find all your friends with whom you can chat, share photos, emoji and voice calls for free. Read More