Google Chrome 71 with its USP being the claimed ad blocker filtering out abusive advertisements is now in stable mode. You should be able to check out the updated web browser either through auto update notifications or manual downloads.
Now, as per a Verge report, the Chrome 71 should also filter inappropriate content under the ambit of Google’s abusive content filtering policies. Also, users would get to report abusive content and websites who would then reportedly be given a 30-day time period oto refine content and user experiences that need to b delivered.
The above policies would also reportedly imply to advertisements that are constantly bombarded at users. Once you download Chrome 71, do check for a new custom menu allowing you to filter inappropriate ads and content. This feature, though not officially observed, deserves as thorough real-world check.
Google has officially stated that it has also incorporated bug fixes and performance enhancements; the web browser should be made available officially to users across Windows, Mac OSes, and Linux operating platforms; shortly.
Hence, you could check out the new features in Chrome 71; the unwanted ad and offensive content blocker needs special real-world tests. Do share your thoughts of Chrome 71.
In other technology-related news, the Flipkart Big Shopping Days Sale is here and promising a massive discount ranging to as much as Rs 5000 on Xiaomi and other smartphone brands. Notable among these is the Poco F1 that has received the Rs 5000 price cut. The Realme C1 also received a Rs 1000 discount and available to buy during the Big Shopping Days Sale.
The Nokia 5.1 Plus would also retail for Rs 9999; representing a Rs 1000 discount from its earlier price tag of Rs 10999. Xiaomi's Redmi Note 6 Pro - the recent mid-range can be bought for Rs Rs 13999. Hence, these could be checked out by prospective buyers of these smartphones and brand loyalists.