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Chrome Extension Makes Learning On YouTube A Lot More Organized

07/27/2016, YouTube is a great place for videos. It has all kinds of videos from the funny, sad, bizarre, vlogs, skits, and even educational videos. However sometimes educational videos can be rather lengthy since we guess the point is to educate, as opposed to...

Google Is Integrating Chromecast Support Into Chrome

07/06/2016, If the idea of being able share screens and beam content from one device to another, Google’s Chromecast is actually a rather nifty and affordable way to do so. Users just need the Chromecast dongle and they’re good to go. Granted not all apps will...

Google Is Working To Allow For VR Browsing On Chrome

07/01/2016, A couple of months ago, Google unveiled the user interface of YouTube and what it would look like if users were to view it in virtual reality on a Daydream compatible device. This means that not only would the videos be in VR, but so would the entire app...

This Chrome Extension Will Unclutter Facebook For You

06/08/2016, Back in the day when Facebook was first launched, things were simple as there weren’t too many features, but over time as Facebook grew to become to the social media juggernaut that we know today, it is being packed with features that not all of us use....

Coding WIth Chrome App Will Teach Students How To Code

05/29/2016, When it comes to teaching students to code, there are various apps and online courses that can do that, but hey, having more options is always good, right? Now if you’re a student or just someone looking to learn to code for the web, there is an app...

Android N Enables Chrome Windows To Split

05/23/2016, Have you had an overdose of Android N in the past week? Well, if you have answered in the negative, perhaps it would be all right to check out the fact that Android N does allows Chrome windows in both sides of a split screen, now how about that? After...

Chrome Will Soon Stop Using Backspace As A Back Button

05/20/2016, When it comes to navigating your browser history, pressing the backspace button on your keyboard can act as a back button for certain browsers, such as Chrome. However it seems that this has not been the greatest idea because a number of users have...

Google To Start Blocking Flash In Chrome This Year

05/16/2016, Adobe’s Flash platform is no longer what it used to be. Granted it helped pave the way for the dynamic websites that we all know today, but these days it is pretty obvious that web developers tend to favor HTML5 more than Flash. In fact last year Google...

Google Keep Chrome Extension Lets You Add Notes To Saved Links

04/21/2016, Say you come across an interesting article while you’re at work or school. Obviously the right thing to do would to read it when you’re less busy or on your own time, but chances are with everything else going on in your life, there is a possibility...

Chrome For iOS & Android Has 1 Billion Monthly Active Users

04/20/2016, Google’s Chrome is an incredibly popular browser, both for mobile and desktop. The fact that it can sync either platform also helps with its popularity, meaning that users won’t need to create new bookmarks or new browser history because what you save...

Chrome Extension Lets You Save Stuff To Google

04/14/2016, On mobile devices there’s an app called Pocket that lets you save articles and whatnot for viewing later. This comes in handy if you’re running low on battery or if you’re busy but don’t want to forget about it later when you have more time. Now...

Chrome Gets Native Push Notifications On Mac

04/06/2016, One major change is coming to Google Chrome for Mac. For a long time, the browser has used its own notification system that was developed before the built-in versions arrived on both Windows and OS X. Now, there’s a new option for Chrome users on...