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Google Chrome to hide unnecessary notifications

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

09th Jan, 2020. 04:57 pm
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Google has added a little logo to the display for its search results even for the advertisements as well.

The top browsing platform Google chrome has decided to hide unnecessary notifications.

Google chrome’s new version will hide notification spam from next month.

Google Chrome provides an option for users to either enable notifications or disable them.

Google’s product manager has written on the official blog of Google that the users will be requested to turn on the notifications in a new and silent way.

Google aims to enable “quitter notification permission that UI that reduces the interruptiveness of notification permission requests.”

The decision has been taken so that the purpose of notifications will be made and the users will not get bothered.

Google’s new version chrome 80 will be launched on 4 February.

Note that Mozilla Firefox has already made these changes in its new version browser 72. Now the users of firefox can select the notifications from the emojis or animated characters instead of opening a new window. The users can easily select or ignore the notification.

It should be remembered that Google had come up with another innovation before.

Google has now come up with another innovation; Google interpreter mode.

Now translating and interpreting the text in various languages has become easy.

Google has launched a new feature to translate content into different languages. The feature has been introduced under the name “Google interpreter”.

This tool can be helpful especially for travelers who do not know foreign languages.

Google interpreter has been designed for smartphones. Before this, it was presented for smart speakers and display.


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