Google Chrome (Beta) is the experimental version of Chrome that Google uses to test out new features before it adds them to the stable release.
The biggest conjunction with the latest Google Chrome (Beta) is the inclusion of speech recognition for apps. The browser includes a new Web Speech API, which provides developers equipment to integrate speech recognition inside their web apps. There is some debate over the security of such an API as apps will have permission in order to record and send audio.
Google Chrome (Beta) also provides some security enhancements, most importantly to get extensions. Extensions that don’t clearly ask for permissions will be blocked automatically. This is great and will force extension developers to be more transparent.
If you want to check out what’s on the horizon for Chrome, download and try the Google Chrome (Beta).
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