Google Chrome’s latest beta release, Chrome 119, is set to hit stable versions in just a couple of weeks, thanks to Google’s adjusted release schedule, targeting October 25. This upcoming version introduces several noteworthy features and improvements.
One significant addition is the ability to save and sync tab groups. Google has been testing this feature, allowing users to save and sync tab groups across devices. While it may require activating specific flags, Google has highlighted it in its Enterprise release notes. With this functionality, users can save tab groups and conveniently reopen them from the bookmark bar, even on different devices if the syncing flag is enabled.
Chrome 119 for iOS brings a seamless cross-device browsing experience. A banner at the top of the browser allows users to pick up where they left off by displaying recently opened websites from other devices and offering a quick open button.
Additionally, Chrome 119 is working on intelligent tab organization. While specifics are currently unknown, this feature appears to address tab clutter, with a sweep button located next to the tab switcher, aiming to streamline tab management.
Moreover, Chrome 119 is experimenting with hover link previews on the desktop, enhancing user interactions and providing quick glimpses of linked content. These new features and improvements demonstrate Chrome’s commitment to enhancing user productivity and convenience.