Somethings things just don’t go as planned and Chrome 66 could fall into that category. The update to the browser for MacOS, Windows, Android, iOS, and Chrome OS rolled out progressively starting in late April up through last week depending on the platform. It came with an autoplay blocking feature that would prevent most websites from autoplaying audio and video content. The problem is, it broke things.
Specifically, multiple reports came to the Chromium team about web games being broken after the update to Chrome 66 as well as some corporate web-based demos. In response, Google has partially rolled back the feature with plans to reintroduce it later.
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Google has released an update to Chrome for iOS, bringing it up to Chrome 66 and bringing the ability to export your passwords from the mobile browser. The update is already in the App Store and if you have Chrome for iOS installed on your iPhone or iPad, you likely already have received the update.
The new build brings the mobile browser up to speed with the Android version as well as the desktop versions by basing it on Chrome 66. The ability to export passwords was actually in the iOS version in Chrome 65 but it had to be enabled through the changing of a flag in the browser. In this update, it is fully supported and no flag changes are required.
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