The Google Chrome Beta channel has been updated to version 21.0.1180.81 for Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Chrome Frame platforms. This release contains a number of bug fixes, and some stability improvements over the previous version.
The getUserMedia API lets users grant web apps access to their camera and microphone without a plug-in. This is the first step in enabling high quality video and audio communication as part of WebRTC, a powerful new real-time communications standard for the open web platform.
Google Chrome 21 Beta also brings a new and improved printing experience for Google Cloud Print. Now your printers in Google Cloud Print are integrated right into Chrome’s print dialog, so you can easily print to your Cloud Ready printer, Google Drive, Chrome on your mobile device, or one of over 1,800 FedEx Offices.
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Google Chrome 21.0.1180.81 Beta
Note: If you’re running the Release Preview of Windows 8, you’ll be able to try Chrome in Metro mode by setting it as your default browser.
Google Chrome 21.0.1180.81 Beta Metro Mode
What's new in Google Chrome 21.0.1180.81 Beta channel
This release contains the following fixes:
- Duplex Printing defaults to Yes, which prints extra pages even for a 1 page print out (Issue 138312).
- Print preview takes forever on Win XP (issue: 140044)
- Anti-DDoS inversion of logic (Issues: 141643, 141081)
- Pepper Flash: in file uploads, treats HTTP status != 200 as failure, breaking (e.g.) uploads to Amazon S3 (Issue: 140468)
- Projectmanager.com application causes Flash to hang (Issue: 141018)
- Turn off TLS 1.1 in Chrome 21 Stable (Issue: 142172)
- An additional scroll bar appears at the right on many sites (issue: 140239)
- Setting and unsetting display:none obliterates current scroll position (issue: 140101)