Google Releases Chrome 67 for Android with New AR/VR APIs, Device Sensors, More

Google announced on Thursday that it released the Chrome 67 web browser for its Android mobile operating system and it’s rolling out to users worldwide via Google Play Store.

After releasing the Chrome 67 to Linux, Mac, and Windows users, Google now started rolling out its latest web browser release to Android users worldwide, bringing them various new features and enhancements, as well as an extra layer of stability and performance improvements.

Highlights of this release include support for device sensors like accelerometer, gyroscope, orientation sensor, and motion sensors on web apps using the Generic Sensor API, a new WebXR Device API for creating virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences on mobile dev… (read more)

Source link

Remember to like our facebook and our twitter @geekchrome for a chance to win a free android tablet every month!

Quick Links: Download Chrome GamesTop 5 Dress Up Games For Girls On Chrome | Top 5 iTunes Alternatives On Chromebook | Best Photoshop Alternatives On Chromebook | Download Google Chrome Apps

Juniya

Juniya

A web developer, programmer, ubuntu and chrome os supporter. I also love comic books and I enjoy researching history facts, kind of weird right? My role on Chromegeek.com is to make sure everything works 24/7.