Published on May 31, 2018 by Chrome

Trusted Web Activities provide a new way to integrate parts of your web experience, in your android app. They’re powered by Custom Tabs, which means the content is rendered user the user’s up-to-date browser instead of an out-of-date webview, it shares cookies and storage within the browser and it has access to APIs that aren’t available in WebViews.

Check out g.co/TrustedWebActivities for all of the details including links to docs, specs and samples.

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22 days 19 hours ago

This is good but it's not supported on iOS. I believe you should work with W3C on standardizing this and force Apple to the same(as they already have similar stuff in Safari)

George Hatoutsidis
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George Hatoutsidis
23 days 7 hours ago

It is simple, just make the TypeScript one of the developer default languages to build Android applications

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23 days 12 hours ago

What happens with the app, if user doesn't have chrome 68 or even chrome itself?

Hoa Nguyen
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Hoa Nguyen
23 days 19 hours ago

Great! I come from Việt Nam!

rupesh chauhan
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rupesh chauhan
23 days 23 hours ago

Google chrome is nice browser

Arnout Pullen
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Arnout Pullen
23 days 17 hours ago

rupesh chauhan ie is even better

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