Google Chrome remains the most popular web browser today, being used by many millions of users every day on various platforms. To keep the browser up to date, Google continues to develop and release new features on a regular basis.
Now, the Chromium Gerrit platform has seen a reference to a new feature that could be implemented soon. Reference is made to the "Chrome Share Screenchots" feature and its description reveals that it will allow Google Chrome to edit and share screenshots.
Google Chrome will get functionality already popular in Google Photos
Google Photos recently received a new feature that quickly became very popular, allowing you to "scribble" photos before they are shared. This new feature should also be implemented in Google Chrome, as part of screenshot editing.
This will make Chrome for Android easy to capture small notes in screenshots.
Although it has been confirmed that this new feature is already under development, it is quite clear that it is still at a very early stage. It is therefore impossible to be able to say with certainty what the end result will be like.
Since Google is working on a major redesign of the Chrome interface, it is possible that this new feature will be implemented in conjunction with this new interface.
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