It must be noted here that previously, Google used to release Chrome update every six weeks. The features included HTTPS-First mode for secure browsing. Moreover, Google stated that 19 different security issues were fixed in the Chrome 94 version.
Chrome 94 introduces many attractive features including HTTPS-First mode. It is available in Chrome for desktop PCs and Android devices. As you might be aware that HTTPS is a more secure version of HTTP and is supported by many websites. With this update, now the browsers will show a full-page warning when a user will load a site not supported by HTTPS. It is introduced to ensure user privacy while you are using public Wi-Fi. As per Google, this feature was previously planned for Chrome 92.
Another important feature introduced by Chrome 94 is the sharing hub for desktop PCs. This feature will allow users to copy links, get a QR code, and share to third-party websites. Users can access the sharing hub on Chrome either through an Omnibox icon or the 3-dot menu appearing at the top right.
Chrome 94 version for iOS will start providing support for downloading and opening .mobileconfig files. You probably know that a .mobileconfig file is used to configure an iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad while these devices are used along with certain enterprise systems. The iOS version of Chrome will now allow users to download these files. It is an easy process as users can manually install the profile from the Settings app. Other improvements introduced by Chrome 94 are related to the existing onboarding screens on iOS, which will now separate the sign-up and sync features.