Desktop Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Try new desktop browser features and fixes before anyone else!
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 4.1 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot brings us one step closer to the release of 4.1 stable and thus focusses mainly on fixes for accordion 🪗 tabs.
This snapshot contains changes to the signature features for the upcoming 4.1 release.
This is a quick fix to our previous snapshot, so that Chains accessed via custom application menus also work on macOS.
Today’s snapshot provides configurable menu support for the Command Chain feature introduced in the previous snapshot.
Today’s snapshot introduces a new feature that allows you to chain multiple commands together and issue them in sequence via Quick Commands, Keyboard Shortcuts or Mouse Gestures.
Today’s includes a range of improvements and a minor bump to Chromium.
Today’s snapshot improves many of the key features and upgrades Chromium to 92.
Today’s snapshot offers another way to organize and visualize your tab stacks, and introduces silent updates for Windows.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 4.0 for desktop and notebooks.
On the weekend less happens, nonetheless here is a fix for WebRTC Screen Sharing with unfocused tabs. Let us know if you see any regressions that have likely been caused by this change.
Today’s snapshot fixes a regression where our Windows users could not uninstall. However, remember that just because you can now do something, that does not mean you should. 😉