Here comes another batch of releases from Google for both Android and the PC.
Starting with Chrome 30, users will be able to search by image faster, simply right click on it (or long press if using Android) and the option will appear. While you can always just go to images.google.com, not many people are aware of this feature, which is pretty awesome when you need the biggest version of the image or simply trying to identify the original source and/or the “actress” (yes, it works with GIFs too).
Here’s how it looks like:
In addition to that, Chrome for Android got a bunch of new gestures to play with (more about them here) and most importantly, WebGL is now enabled by default! There are also a ocuple of new APIs and updates that should benefit every single one of us in the not so distant future.
That’s pretty much it.
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