Google adds a play button to Chrome

Tech 8-7-2019 Mashable 20
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Google is preparing to introduce a new feature to Chrome in the form of a general purpose play/pause button located on the web browser's toolbar.

With so much of our entertainment and services now accessed through a web browser, we're all used to having several browser tabs open at any one time. Now Google wants to make controlling video and audio playback a much easier task regardless of which tab it's playing in by introducing an always-available button.

As ZDNet reports, the Chrome Canary "bleeding edge" version of the Chrome browser has introduced this new play/pause button to the interface positioned to the right of the URL bar, with its official name being the Global Media Controls (GMC). The button expands to show stop and resume options for any available media. Read more...

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