Google Chrome is among the most used web browser for desktop as well as on mobile phones. From dark theme mode to downloading pages as PDFs for offline browsing , Google Chrome has offered a variety of things for a better browsing experience. One of the unusual encounters while browsing is the background music of the website that plays on its own. In this guide, I will show you how to disable a website background sound that you always want to stop in Google Chrome for Mobile. Google Chrome allows you to disable the sound completely of that particular website. So, the next time you visit the website, no audio is muted by Chrome. Now tap the three dots on the top right corner, tap Settings , and scroll down to the Site settings.
Version 54 , which launched Wednesday, supports background media playback, which means you can leave Chrome and keep listening to whatever is playing in the background. With the update, you can hit the home button and move onto another task while the audio keeps going. Swipe down and hit pause or sweep away the tab to end the playback. Also, switching between tabs should be easier on the eyes. Chrome has long let sites change their tab color, but now they keep it when you hit the tab switcher. Finally, Google has tweaked the Chrome start page. The impact on you: Apps are nice and all, but the browser is still the most important part of any operating system.
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Chrome's autoplay policies will change in April of and I'm here to tell you why and how this is going to affect video playback with sound. Spoiler alert: users are going to love it! These changes are intended to give greater control of playback to users and to benefit publishers with legitimate use cases. The MEI measures an individual's propensity to consume media on a site.