Google has once again improved its Chrome browser with another update to version 70. The program has acquired a number of useful innovations and is already available on all platforms.One of the most notable innovations was a change in the principle of authorization in the Google account. Now, automatic connection to the account and data synchronization are disabled by default. Instead, you can use the Allow Chrome sign-in option in the browser to disassociate Chrome sign-in from other Google services. Cookies cleaning mechanism has changed and now deletes 100% of the data. A new version of the browser from Google uses a more advanced video decoding codec AV1 from Alliance for Open Media. According to the company's experts, this has helped to increase data compression by an average of 30%. And as additional measures to protect users on the Web, the developers have added a warning that the page is not safe when entering HTTP-sites. This will be the next step of the search giant to force developers to switch to a more advanced and secure HTTPS protocol. Among other improvements worth noting is the ability to activate add-ons selectively only for necessary pages, the function of reloading several tabs at once, the introduction of support for the final specification of the TLS 1.3 protocol, picture-in-picture mode that allows you to separate the window with video from the main page, and a number of security improvements. Anyone can download the improved Google Chrome. The corresponding update is available for both desktop and mobile versions of the browser.