Our Android device includes certain services for its internal operation that cannot be considered applications as such, as they do not have a graphical interface as such, but help others to improve their use. This is the case of Android System WebView.
And what is Android System Webview?
Well, it is an internal component that allows other applications to display web content from within its interface by implementing Chrome technology. Thanks to this component, any application can include an internal and simplified browser based on Chrome to access links without having to leave the application. This saves time and reduces the device's resource usage.
We are talking about a much more limited browser, only for web viewing, without access to the tab system, reading mode, bookmarks or many other options that we do have in a full Google Chrome. However, since it is Chrome, it will always be a secure browsing environment that will also allow developers to implement functions in their apps that can only be configured via the web.
On the other hand, it is important to consider that, due to its nature, it is important to keep it always up to date as it could become a gateway for malicious attacks. Google updates it periodically to facilitate the correction of security flaws in the shortest possible time and in the largest possible number of devices, and at Malavida we always have the latest version available.
What's new in the latest version
- Bug fixes and different improvements to make the app perform faster.