Monday , June 25 2018

Google adds a device compatibility notice to the Chrome Web Store

Chrome Web Store
Google has made a small change to their Chrome Web Store, adding a device compatibility notice to the installation window.

It’s a small change, but could do with some refinement. The check is currently in place when you bring up a compatible Chrome Extension or App, but there’s no matching device incompatibility notice. Instead, if you attempt to install an app that’s not compatible with your device you simply get the red ‘Not Compatible’ button.

While it’s a small change, it shows that Google is still working on the Chrome Web Store – one little change at a time.

Source: Google System Blog.

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