While the removal of a controversial feature might be the highlight of Chrome 70 -- the latest update for Google's browser -- there is at least one exciting addition as well. Android Police was among the first to point out on Friday that picture-in-picture support has been enabled by default in Chrome on Windows and macOS.
Picture-in-picture debuted on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS as part of the Chrome 69 beta, but the only way to use it was to enable it manually with a flag. Now, everyone (other than Chrome OS users, apparently) can use the feature without worrying about digging through settings.
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