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Now your web apps will be native to android with new feature in Chrome for android. News Tech 

Now your web apps will be native to android with new feature in Chrome for android.

Google Chrome Introduce New Feature For Android Users With new updates in chrome for android, google introduce a new feature, where every once can make his favorite web-apps native to android. No need to install specifically their android app save your  memory and time now. In a press release google just announced that; it’ll be further integrating web apps into Android. Now, web apps will appear in the app drawer alongside full applications, and offer the same notification controls, where previously Google had set them to only appear as home screen…

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Now your web pages reload 28% faster in Chrome. News Tech 

Now your web pages reload 28% faster in Chrome.

Google  announced that it has worked collaboration with Facebook and Mozilla (the organization behind the Firefox browser), to make web page reloads in Chrome for desktop and mobile significantly much faster than ever. According to Google’s data, reloading sites with the latest version of Chrome should new be about 28 percent faster. Typically, when you reload a page, the browser ends up making hundreds of network requests just to see if the images and other resources it cached the first time you went to a site are still valid. As Google…

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Can you guess the most used browser of 2016. News Tech 

Can you guess the most used browser of 2016.

The most used browser of 2016 Web browsing is the most common way of access web contents on internet. Accessing web pages, video, images, files every thing you are, access from a browser comes in category of web browsing. Most of us, i believe  start using with internet explore, the default browser comes in window. Web Browser Battle in 2016 With million of user accessing  file, images web page, there are also different browsers available on internet for free to use. The competition among browser companies also rise, each browser…

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Google start blocking Adobe Flash content on Chrome News Tech 

Google start blocking Adobe Flash content on Chrome

Google finally decided to get rid of flash pain and started to block flash content on web. Google would eventually block Adobe Flash Player content on Chrome. And today, the company is keeping on its promise. Google is slowly rolling HTML5 out to users over the next couple of months, starting with one percent of users on the current version of Chrome. Everyone should have an updated Chrome by February, when the most recent beta version goes stable. This means that unless a website has an HTML5 content player, the Flash…

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