Google Announces Chrome 27 Beta, Page Loads Boost By 5%

Posted on Apr 4 2013 - 11:56pm by Editorial Staff

Google Chrome

With unveiled the Chrome 26 a week ago, Google today announced Chrome 27 beta for Windows, Mac and Linux, bringing boost to page loads, increasing it by 5 percent faster along with other important updates for developers. Introducing of “smarter behind-the-scenes resource scheduling” results in speed improvement. Other changes include the tweaking of the month, week and data <input> types, featuring a simpler user interface on desktop versions of Chrome.

Here is the Google Chrome 27 beta changelog:

  • Faster page loads.
  • Elegant HTML5 date and time <input> forms.
  • Live audio input to Web Audio API.
  • Sync FileSystem API for Chrome Apps.
  • DevTools updates.
  • And lots of other features for developers.
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