Chrome 94 stable update has been released by Google for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows operating systems. The update will be rolled out in the coming weeks and brings new security features, new functionality and bug fixes. Google Chrome 94 Stable is the first version of Chrome of the new four-week release cycle. Previously, Chrome updates were released every six weeks. Its features include HTTPS-First Mode which makes users more secure browsing. Also, Google said that 19 different security issues were fixed in Chrome 94 version.
Updates announced for Google Chrome a . was done through blog post On September 21, Chrome 94 introduced HTTPS-First Mode. It is available in Chrome for desktop systems and Android. HTTPS is the more secure version of HTTP and many websites support it. With the latest update, the browser will also show a full-page warning when the user loads a site that doesn’t support HTTPS. This ensures privacy when using public Wi-Fi. Google says it was already planned For Chrome 92.
Once updated with the latest version of Chrome, users can enable it by going to Settings > Privacy & Security > Security > Always use a secure connection,
Chrome 94 Allows Android Tablets Too host desktop websites, This can allow now inactive tab groups to freeze, automatically start Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), show a refreshed UI on Android, show updated table renders on webpages, and more. There are 32 bug fixes and improvements in Chrome 94 for Desktop.
Another new feature brought by Chrome 94 for Desktop is sharing hub, This feature allows users to copy links, obtain QR codes and share them on third-party websites. The option to send to your device is only available to signed-in users. The Sharing Hub on Chrome can be accessed via the omnibox icon or the 3-dot menu. If the user is not signed in, the option does not appear. Desktop Sharing Hub is supported on Chrome for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
To manage tabs easily, Chrome 94 has introduced an edit mode in the iOS version. Users can select multiple tabs and then add, bookmark, share, or close them to the Reading List.
Chrome 94 for iOS brings support for downloading and opening .mobileconfig files. A .mobileconfig file can be used to configure the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to work with some enterprise systems. Chrome on iOS now allows users to download these files. Users can then install the profile manually from the Settings app. Chrome 94 also adds improvements to the existing onboarding screen on iOS, separating the sign-up and sync features.