Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool

It's hard to overstate how many changes Android 12 brought to the table when it started rolling out to devices in October. From an all-new design built around dynamic theming to a massive focus on security, it's one of the most significant updates to Google's smartphone platform we've seen in years. Although scrolling screenshots finally made their way to Pixel devices with this software, Chrome had yet to add official support. Thankfully, it's finally fixed.

Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool

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