Google has announced the latest Chrome 67 (67.0.3396.68) for Android and desktops, which comes with native support for Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). The experimental WebXR API, which was announced back in early 2016 is now in ‘original trial’. This means that a broader rollout can soon be expected. It can be enabled for experiencing AR and VR while browsing the web, but it should be noted that the API is currently under testing. Additionally, Google has also included the Horizontal Tab Switcher on Android devices, which was spotted recently in the developer preview version of Chrome. Google demoed some features of Android P at the I/O 2018 conference and one noticeable change is the inclusion of vertical view of the recent apps list. The same design is being implemented with Chrome for an identical overall experience.
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