ZDnet and Techdows discovered a Play button being tested in Chrome's toolbar. This button will allow users to play or pause videos and music in the tab.
This feature is called Global Media Controls, which is being tested on Chrome Canary – developer version. When enabled, this feature will appear next to the web address box and will highlight what is playing, even if it is on another tab.
If you want to try this feature, you can download Chrome Canary here, visit: chrome: // flags / and search for "Global Media Controls". After restarting the browser button Play next to the address box will appear. When you are listening to a song or video, this feature will allow you to skip forward or backward, pause or resume playback.
It is unclear when this button will work for the official Chrome browser, but it seems to be a useful feature. Google has recently added some cool "features" like Chrome to individual tabs, or permanently mute a website …
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