For videos and music! Google Chrome starts testing "Play" button in toolbar

Google plans to bring a breakthrough to its Chrome browser soon. The Mountain View Giant app started testing a "Play" button on the toolbar to play or pause a video or song.

The button would identify what runs on a tab and give the user the option, as if it were a smartphone notification. Future functionality has been identified by The Verge , ZDnet and Techdowns sites . Check below:

Named "Global Media Controls," the feature has been tried out in the Chrome development browser, Canary. It is located next to the URL field and shows even if the content is located on a different tab.

So far, there is no information on the availability of the feature in the main Chrome program. It is worth remembering that Google's test browser has also been blocking abusive advertisements on websites since last week .

How to test?

If you have the Canary installed on your machine, you can test the feature to access the experiences of the page URL chrome: // flags . Next, search for "Global Meida Controls" and when the results appear, enable it.

After re-open the browser, you'll see the button "Play" next to the field to enter the site.

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