Google creates it simpler to attempt Chrome’s experimental features
Test versions of Chrome sometimes pack experimental features, however, you nearly wouldn’t know it when you frequently need to enable obscure settings flags to use them. It may soon be a lot simpler, in any case. Ghacks and Android Police have discovered that Chrome Canary 89 incorporates a Chrome Labs feature that offers quick access to experimental features. On the off chance that you want to access a reading list or tab search, you simply need to click a beaker icon, toggle the experiment from a drop-down menu and restart the browser.
You presently need to enable Chrome Labs through its own flag. It’s not sure if this will be restricted to Canary or will arrive at more polished versions in time.
This is not a totally novel idea. Firefox and Vivaldi have their own examination pages. Chrome’s giant audience could undoubtedly make Labs a widely-used feature, be that as it may. In the case of nothing else, it may give you a superior motivation to attempt unpleasant Chrome versions — you’d easily realize what extras Google is working on.