Chrome OS 74 hits the stable branch, brings audio output support for Linux apps and more

A new Chrome OS stable version is always fun. This is v74, which brings with it, among other things, audio output support for Linux applications (yay) and USB camera support for the Android Camera app. You can find the full changelog below.

New Features

Send system performance profiling data along with feedback reports
Linux apps can output audio
USB camera support for the Android Camera app
Removal of deprecated supervised users
[Accessibility] ChromeVox developer log options: There are now a number of developer options available within the ChromeVox Options page which enable developers to turn on logging for speech and other items
Support for new files and folders under the “My files” local root
Users can quickly access their most recent apps and Google searches by clicking on the search box
Annotate documents from the Chrome PDF Viewer

Security Improvements

The SafeSetID LSM has been added to Chrome OS and the Linux kernel. Read MoreChrome OS 74 hits the stable branch, brings audio output support for Linux apps and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.