The most recent version of Google’s browser, Chrome 100, which is compatible with Macs, PCs, iPhones and iPads, Android devices, and more, was launched today. The first significant icon upgrade for Chrome since 2014 is seen in Chrome 100.
The revised layout, which was initially shown off in February, has a streamlined emblem with cheerier colours and no shadows. According to Chrome designer Elvin Hu, the updated look was intended to complement “Google’s more contemporary brand statement.” On iOS devices and the desktop, Chrome now has new icons.
Google updates Chrome with new features on a regular basis, thus there are more incremental updates than major ones. Additionally, many of the upgraded features are available server-side. There aren’t many additional noteworthy aspects worth noting because of this.
Chrome 100, however, features 28 security patches as Google addressed a number of security flaws.
Chrome for Mac may be downloaded through Google’s website, while Chrome for iOS can be downloaded for free from the App Store. The Chrome 100 upgrades are now accessible.