Chrome 93 Is Here for Mac, Windows, Android, and iPhone
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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If you’re on iPhone or Android, update the app as you would for any other application, and you’ll have all the new features Chrome 93 brings to the table for your platform of choice.
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