For a long time, Android’s shared menuhashashaved with a variety of different reactions from users, according tomedia. In Android 10, Google improved the sharing form by organizing and tweaking sharing suggestions. However, the company’s own apps, such as photos, YouTube and news, need to use different methods to display shared dialog boxes. Now, Google is testing chrome a new share pop-up, which includes a QR code generator.
External media Android Police found that the new shared interface appears to add an additional option to share browser-specific content, including a new “two-dimensional code” feature that will allow users to create QR codes and share them with recipients. This option is followed by the Send to Your Device and Copy Link and Screenshot Tool options.
The QR generator currently only opens a page that provides a scan QR code or a QR code generation, but it doesn’t really work, i.e. when you click on the icon, it doesn’t trigger any action, which indicates that the entire functionality is still in development.
The second line of the shared dialog box allows the user to share with other apps. Scroll to the right again and there will be an “more” option that will open the default shared menu for Android 10. These apps are likely to be tailored to the user’s usage, and they look refreshing and simple.
It is reported that users can open the new sharing interface on a device running Chrome Cannary by going to chrome: /flags to open the logo of the .chrome-sharing-hub and the hashtag .chrome-share-screen. Given that the feature is still hidden in the Canary version, it’s to be expected to wait until the final stable version arrives.