Google has added a new feature to the Chrome Web Store: the ability to install extensions on the desktop Chrome browser using an Android device.
Google is to finally tackle the pervasive use of data-harvesting by Chrome extensions. From July, the search giant will require all add-ons on the Chrome Web Store that collect user data in the background to ask you for your explicit permission […]
A new Chrome Web Store icon is beginning to appear online, even being used in recent marketing material for Chromebooks. But is it the new official logo?
Google's designers have given the Chrome Web Store sidebar a rejig, consolidating many of the filters and categories to make finding apps easier.
A number of small changes to the Chrome Web Store are now rolling out, with a new 'Support' section for Chrome Apps being the most notable new feature.
Google has made it easy to see which Chrome apps on the Web Store are popular in a users' country, and which apps are also available on Android.
We knew it was coming, and today it is so: Chrome users on Windows can no longer install extensions or apps from outside the Chrome Web Store.
Google may say that it intends to keep Android and Chrome OS separate, but that doesn't mean they can't buddy up.
Google appears to have introduced a refined set of search controls to its Chrome Web Store, allowing specific types of content to be discovered quicker.