New Chrome feature will change the way you switch between desktop and mobile
It's easier than ever to bounce content between computers and phones thanks to a new shared clipboard feature.This means there's no need to send yourself an emails, or load a note-taking app like Evernote for sharing short snippets of text like addresses between devices.
Chrome updates are normally good things, but some Android users have good reason to complain about the latest release. Google has paused the rollout for Chrome 79 on Android after reports of the update 'wiping' data from third-party apps that use the WebView framework.
Well, on most recent versions of Android , Chrome acts as the system's WebView — the component that renders web pages inside of apps . One of the changes in Chrome 79 is that the location where web data is stored was updated . However, as one comment on a Chromium bug page pointed out
Chrome updates are, but some Android users have good reason to complain about the latest release. Google has the rollout for Chrome 79 on Android after reports of the update 'wiping' data from third-party apps that use the WebView framework.
The data is technically still intact, but there's no way to access it -- and that's a problem when some apps depend heavily or exclusively on WebView.
It's not clear which apps are the hardest-hit, butis an example of one that relies heavily on Google's platform.
Android Policethat the bug was leading angry users to tank app ratings.
The company is currently exploring ways to fix the flaw, such as moving missed files or reverting to the old method.
Either way, you'll have to be patient if you haven't already received Chrome 79 or are waiting on a fixed version.
Google Chrome affected by serious security flaw .
SQLite vulnerabilities could expose Chrome users to malicious attacks.Known as Magellan 2.0, it is actually a set of five vulnerabilities relating to how Chrome uses the SQLite function to work with data.