A new Chrome extension called “Google Chrome Extensions for Android” is giving Chrome users a new way to tweak their browser and add their own customizations.
Google has been quietly rolling out the extensions in Chrome for a while now, but it’s not yet clear when exactly it will roll out them to the rest of the Chrome browser.
Chrome users will now be able to install the extension by navigating to Chrome Settings > Extensions and tapping on the “Install this extension” button.
The extension, which is currently only available in the Beta channel, will allow users to customize their browser settings in a number of different ways.
Users can choose to enable “auto-complete” to automatically insert the new Chrome extensions they want into the web browser’s search bar, enable Chrome’s “always show extension” feature, or disable the automatic search box.
Chrome has always allowed users to install extensions manually through its Extensions menu, but now that it has built in support for these new extensions, it will automatically install them automatically.
Chrome will also now install any custom extensions that the extension author adds to the Chrome toolbar.
For example, if an extension author creates a new Chrome Extension for Android, it’ll automatically install that extension for users who install it from the Chrome Web Store.
Chrome also allows users to change the default search engine, search page, and default search parameters.
Chrome’s default search results are now more user-friendly and have been tweaked to be more user friendly.
Users will be able access these changes through a menu item that appears on the bottom of the browser’s toolbar.
Users should now be notified when they have made a change to the search results.
The “Automatically update Chrome” setting will now only allow users who installed Chrome extensions to make these changes automatically, and not every user will be allowed to do so.
Google says it will be adding more Chrome Extensions in the future, and it will continue to improve the experience of using the Chrome Extensions interface in a future release.
Google’s Chrome extension will be free to use for users in the US, and the extension will not require a paid subscription.
The new Chrome Extensions feature will be available for free in the beta channel in Chrome 56 and in the general public beta channel later this year.
The Chrome Extensions API was introduced last year, allowing developers to add new features to Chrome in a manner similar to the extensions functionality in Chrome.
The API allows developers to implement features such as auto-complete, automatic search, and automatic search page that were previously only available to the browser itself.
Google also announced that developers will be rewarded with Chrome extension credits when users add new extensions to Chrome, and there are several extensions available that will be eligible for this reward program.