Google Chrome is testing a new feature called ‘Kaleidoscope’ for the streaming video services in one dashboard
If you’re keen on browsing video streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc., and if you’re keen on checking out new shows, this could be a bit of excellent news for you.
Google is adding a replacement feature to its Chrome browser, which has been given the name ‘Kaleidoscope.’ Not much is understood about it so far because it is within the Canary channel at the instant, but it’s likely getting to be a set or a hub for all video streaming services.
It will eat tons of your Random-Access Memory, but Google Chrome is already quite notoriously famous for being a ‘battery hog’ too. So, another addition within the already ‘colorful’ list isn’t getting to cause any apparent harm to anyone!
This new feature are often found by happening chrome://kaleidoscope/ within the Google Chrome Canary. It means it’s browsing various experimentation and testing at the instant. Also, this page now says that ‘Chrome Kaleidoscope isn’t currently available for your account’ as per Chrome Story’s report. But you’ll find other error messages also. e.g ‘Kaleidoscope isn’t available for non-Google accounts.’
Whatever the status of the feature is true now, the interesting thing is that the promise it holds for avid viewers across the world. Its love it will provide all the knowledge about different video streaming services and their content. Once they’re all at once side by side, it’ll be easy for users to form their choices as per the services available in their region, and consistent with their tastes and preferences.
Recently, there was news that Google is functioning on a Meta tag which will let the users realize fast-loading and slow-loading websites. Because this new feature ‘Kaleidoscope’ also will be heavy for the system. So, Google must come up with some solid measures to combat these issues which may have an adverse effect on the efficiency of the system.