Google’s Chrome web browser will now support WebVR virtual reality platform. This will let the users experience 360-degree pictures, videos or any other content designed for VR headset on their PCs and Smartphones. This is a big step forward as till now virtual reality was
Google be releasing a Chrome Update for Beta users in upcoming weeks that will let you pin certain websites directly to your app drawer, just like any app appear when you install them from Play Store. Chrome has supported creating shortcuts to websites on Home
Even though Google Chrome is probably the most feature rich browser, sometimes, it can be tricky to find out something that should otherwise be straight-forward. One of them is importing and exporting passwords in Google Chrome.