Google officially released the stable version of the Chrome 95 desktop browse. In this update, Google has updated several important new features and fixed the bugs of the previous version, including 2 new content useful for users.
The first is to add the secure payment confirmation function to the desktop browser. Google has added a new secure payment confirmation function to Chrome 95.
This function is based on the WebAuthn standard. When the user confirms the transaction payment, a pop-up window will appear asking the user to add more information and to add an authentication request to verify the user’s identity.
Secondly, Google has improved the experience of PWA-related applications. Eyedropper API has been used in the latest version of the Chrome browser to improve the experience of website applications and PWA applications.
Also, Chrome sets up some PWA applications for certain URLs at this stage. The possible default opening application of type file makes the user experience of PWA applications more biased towards native applications.
The stable version of the Chrome 95 desktop browser can now be downloaded or updated on the Chrome official website. For Android phone users, it may take some time to receive the mobile browser update.
The changes for Android users in this update are that the updated interface supports the new Material You design language based on Android 12 and will have a new theme engine.
The following is the specific content or changelog of this update:
- System-level note-taking web application integration
- The addition of URLPattern API
- Add CSS counter-style rules in shadowtrees
- The addition of EyeDropper API
- Self.reportError () function is added
- WebAssembly cross-source module sharing
- Exception handling in WebAssembly
- Logical attribute that contains internal size being added
- Safe payment confirmation function added
- Add dropEntriesCount property to PerformanceObserver
- Cookies size limit (maximum 4096 bytes, and the maximum length of a single attribute is 1024 bytes)
- Drop support for non-IPv4 hostname URLs ending in numbers
- Remove support for FTP
- Enhance the client prompt to the UA user agent to cater for the detection of different versions of Windows