A major update is coming to Google’s Chromium browser, the browser’s default browser for mobile, with the goal of improving performance and adding features that can’t be found on other browsers.
In a blog post today, Google said that the browser will get an update in the next few weeks that will add support for HTML5 video playback, support for ChromeOS, and other improvements.
Chromium has been Google’s default desktop browser for many years, but has long been under pressure from the mobile and desktop browsers for its performance.
The update, which Google calls “Chromo Update 2,” will make the browser more responsive and feature rich, it said.
It will also improve stability, security, and performance.
Chromosaur update is the first major Chromium update in a year, and it comes on the heels of an April release that included support for WebRTC and support for Android TV.
While it might not be a drastic change from Chrome OS, Chromium has seen some major updates over the past few years.
Google announced in 2014 that it would be rolling out Android Lollipop on Chrome OS.
Earlier this year, Google introduced a Chromium-powered version of the Google Assistant to Android phones, which could take advantage of Google’s artificial intelligence.
The assistant, which can read your voice commands and learn about your needs, was a big hit with Google’s users.
Google also rolled out Chromium for Android tablets last year, but Chromium support has not been as well known.
It has been a major contributor to the Android ecosystem, but Google also recently announced plans to shut down the platform in 2018.