Android & Chill Google is simply doing what it does best — keeping its extras to itself. Jerry Hildenbrand 6 Mar 2021 1 Source: Jerry Hildenbrand / Android Central I’ve seen something being shared around that looks like terrible news for anyone who loves the way Chrome can render a web page but hates the extra bloat that’s baked into Google’s browser. According to It’s FOSS — a web site dedicated to all things open-source and a site I read regularly — third-party browsers that use Chromium are being locked out of certain features because Google is worried about market share. That would be a devastating loss to you, me, and the internet as a whole if it were the case, but I don’t think it has anything to do with the market share of Chrome or that Google really cares about the particular features in play here. It’s just Google making sure that only you and it have access to sensitive information stored in your Google account. VPN Deals: Lifetime license for $16, monthly plans at $1 & more What is going on here? Source: Android Central Starting on March 15, 2021, developers writing Chromium-based browsers like Brave or… Read full this story
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