Google Chrome 93.0.4577.63

On August 31, 2021, Google released a new version of the Google Chrome browser. Google Chrome 93 runs on all major operating systems: Windows 10 / 7, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.

What’s new in version 93

  • A number of fixes and improvements.
  • Users can now load CSS style sheets using import statements, just like JavaScript modules.
  • Installed PWAs can register as URL Handlers, allowing users to navigate directly to their PWAs.
  • The Multiscreen Layout API has been updated based on feedback and is running a second source trial.
  • Shortened release cycle Flexbox and flexbox elements have added support for the alignment keywords: start, end, self-start, self-end, left, and right.
  • The asynchronous clipboard API now supports SVG files.
  • The media attribute will be taken into account when setting the theme’s meta color.
  • Ports 989 and 990 blocked.
  • Removing 3DES in TLS.
  • Sharing WebAssembly modules from different sources has been deprecated.

Android version:

  • Improved stability and performance.

iOS version:

  • Updated context menu when users press and hold on a link or image on a website.
  • Users who are already signed in to a Google account can now more easily sign in to Chrome and other Google services on the web.
  • Signed in users can now use and save payment methods from their Google Account without syncing.
  • Stability and performance improvements.

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