Latest Chrome 66 for Android iOs now Blocks AutoPlay Videos with Sound by Default

Google Chrome

Google is currently rolling out a new update to its chrome browser for android users. The new update which is the Chrome 66 comes with changes on how the browser handles autoplay videos as well as option to export passwords.

The new Chrome 66 will no longer auto play videos with sounds by default. With this new update, videos on websites will not be allowed to auto play except it meets the conditions below;
>> Content is muted, or does not feature audio.
>> Users previously tapped or clicked on the site during the browsing session.
>> On mobile, if the site has been added to the Home Screen by the user
This new feature will definitely help users save a whole lot of data.
Another new feature included in the latest Chrome update is the option to Export Passwords. This will allow you to share saved passwords to any app, but you will be prompted to re authorize your identity either through fingerprint or passcode.
The update is currently rolling out to all Android users. To enjoy the latest Chrome features, just head over to the Google Play Store to update your app.

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