It’s been a long time since HTML5 compatibility has been in news for Google Chrome which is yet to be on the scene. In earlier versions, Google used to block playing flash running in the background. The inclusion of HTML5 will lead to faster loading of pages. It will ensure safer and more secure web browsing with stability.
HTML 5 compatibility enables the browser to embed videos without having third party plug-ins. It is very handy with data-driven web applications. It also supports editing of web contents. One can switch over to player type easily from the toolbar. Flash player consumes less of phone’s RAM which in turn will be helpful in optimized battery consumption. HTML 5 with these combined features allows the users to browse more comfortably.
Android users will have a bunch of features included with upgraded version of Chrome. One can have the option of saving web pages for offline viewing of text, videos, and images. The update for mobile phones is on its way already. The desktop Chrome 55 is already available for Mac, Linux, and Windows users. Android users will have all these features once their Chrome browser gets updated.