We have completely revamped the website and released a new Android app for you! This is a new stage for ChromeSpot.com, so click through to learn our new features!
Wish you could Chromecast from your phone’s browser? Now you can! It’s an experimental feature, but we should see it completed soon enough.
Have you been using your Chromebook for a while and want to get more out of it? You might want to check out the Beta or Dev channels. Which one is the right one?
Using multiple profiles has been a bit of a struggle in Chrome OS. The Chrome team is improving this by adding an experimental multi profiles feature to Chrome OS Dev.
We all know one of Chromebook’s greatest flaws is the fact it can’t run many computer programs natively. In addition, most of these programs are not available in the cloud, so we are left with a computer that has more basic functionality compared to its competition. More support is coming …
Chromium has graduated from version 34 and moved on to 35. This means we will see more new features and improvements – what would you like to see in Chromium 35?
According to recent studies, Google doubled its internet traffic share since last September. That is great news, but the number is still low. What’s going on?
Google announced its new Google Maps interface last May. It has been a while since then, but Google is glad to announce the new Google Maps will start rolling out as of today!
It has been almost a month since Build with Chrome was released, so we thought we would look around and see what fellow Chronies have created. Share your own here!
Chrome OS Dev has received a very nice improvement. The 2-finger horizontal swiping feature now offers a much easier browsing experience.