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  1. Google is testing several tab shrink options in latest Chrome Canary When Google Chrome launched, Google decided to do away with the option to scroll the tab bar. The company picked a different tab bar model, one that would shrink the width of the tab further and further, until only icons were shown. Users who still added more tabs to the browser would notice that the icons would vanish eventually, and that new sites would not be added to the tab bar seemingly anymore; this is one of my main annoyances with the browser. While you can keep tabs in check by using extensio
  2. Google Chrome on Android is getting a Read Later feature Google has been working on a Read Later feature for Android for some time, and the feature has now shown up, without a flag, on Chrome Canary for Android. The feature lets you “bookmark” articles you want to read later from the long-press menu on links, meaning you can create a collection of articles you want to go back to later. The feature competes with a similar feature from Pocket, though of course less sophisticated, as it does not appear to sync across devices at present.
  3. Chrome Canary adds the ability to rename browser windows to improve multi-tasking Google is adding the ability for users to name Chrome windows for easier window management and switching. The latest Chrome Canary builds now let users right-click on the title bar or on individual windows in the taskbar and choose to name the windows. The feature is not hidden behind any flags and should be available to all Chrome Canary users running the recent builds. The feature is a nifty addition for those that separate tabs in different windows based on the co
  4. First Chrome version with Manifest V3 to land in Canary this summer Will ad blockers still work in Chrome? We'll see starting late July, early August. Chrome users will be able to test the first version of the Chrome browser that is said to "cripple ad blockers" starting this summer. The first version of Chrome t
  5. Chrome Canary now lets pinned PWAs display app shortcuts on Android and Windows Chrome Canary on Android and Windows is now letting Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) offer shortcuts for the pinned web apps on those platforms. The app icon shortcuts work on Android just like shortcuts for other apps that let users perform quick app actions right from the icon. On Windows, the right-click context menu on a pinned PWA can offer shortcuts depending on the web app’s use case. Google’s Developer Advocate Thomas Steiner shared on Twitter (spotted by 9to5Google)
  6. Google has begun testing their upcoming extension manifest V3 in the the latest Chrome Canary build, and with this initial 'alpha' release, developers can begin testing their extensions under the upcoming specification. In a post to the Chromium Extensions Google group, Simeon Vincent, a Google Developer Advocate for Chrome Extensions, stated that as of October 31st a developer preview of the extension manifest v3 is now available in the Chrome 80 Canary build. "Think of it as an early alpha. The "dev preview" is the first opportunity for extensions deve
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