Google announced the availability of a new beta version of its browser Google Chrome with Cloud Print improvement.
Since 2010, Google is working on a new protocol called WebRTC (Real-Time Communications Web). This allows you to make voice and video in real time directly through the browser without requiring external plugin. Google Chrome 21 beta loads APIs getUserMedia now, in order to allow a website to access the webcam and / or microphone. Eventually, Gtalk and functionality of Google Video+ tip will focus on WebRTC.
This new version also offers a new dialog box when printing a web page or document. The user will be able to manage multiple printers on a network but will be also able to send the file to an Android smartphone, or can either store it on Google Drive or can even print it in a Fedex office near you.
Download Chrome 21 Beta from here.