Google has rolled out a stable version of Google Chrome (Version:19.0.1084.46) . Google said to have fixed 20 vulnerabilities which reported in earlier versions along with a latest feature for sharing open tabs across different devices including PCs and Smartphones. But the live tab sync feature won’t be available for everyone for another few weeks.
ZDNet.com reports that, Google has paid as much as $7,500 to developers who has found the vulnerabilities in beta version as the part of its bug bounty program.
What Is Google Chrome 19 Sync Live Tabs feature?
The new feature of Google Chrome 19 let the user to open a webpage on their personal computer as well as workstations or other internet connected devices. This saves a lot of time because you don’t need to remember the webpage or search for it again.
How Google Chrome 19 Live Tab Sync Feature Works:
It’s very simple, to get access to your live tabs you need to login to your account in Google Chrome, and once you sign-in to Google Chrome you can get access to all the tabs synced from the other devices using menu of the new tab page.
This option not only syncs your live tabs but, bookmarks of other devices browsers, apps installed, plugins or extensions installed, history of your other browser, themes or tweaks you have made into other browser along with the settings you have made.
This feature really helps a person like me, who bookmarks many websites for reference. I will save alot of time and efforts for searching a website I have visited at home or at office because I will have exact browser I use in my personal computer or a workstation with the same settings as well as the bookmarks I made.