Google Chrome 62 was promoted last week to the stable channel for Mac, GNU/Linux, and Windows devices, a rather smaller update that introduces a more aggressive "Not secure" warning for websites that are still using the HTTP protocol instead of the more secure HTTPS one, along with support for OpenType Variable Fonts. Now Chrome 62 is ready for Android devices, rolling out to the Google Play store during the next few of weeks, and it introduces faster downloads of files, the ability to view and copy your saved Chrome passwords when your device is locked, as well as to quickly see your data savings when "Data Saver" is enabled.
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