Google packed a lot of goodies into Chrome 93, so there’s plenty to be excited about. For example, with Chrome 93, progressive web apps (PWAs) feel a lot more like native desktop apps, as clicking on a link can open an associated web app. There’s also improved multi-screen support for web apps, making this an update web app users will love.
Some new features are coming related to recently closed tabs, a Material You theme for Android 12, a new Google Search UI on Android, the ability to sync Two-Factor OTP codes across devices (a true game-changer), the ability to use note-taking apps right from the browser, a new context menu on iPhone, and so much more.
To get the latest version of Google Chrome, you shouldn’t have to do anything on a desktop, as Chrome should update itself automatically. But if you’re impatient, you can check for an update yourself by going to the three-dot menu icon on the top-right of Chrome. From there, click “Help,” followed by “About Google Chrome.” Once there, it’ll check for the update and install Chrome 93.
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