Additionally, M33 includes:
- DevTools screencast  is supported for WebView. Allowing easy capture of screenshots on desktop, and viewing the contents of off-screen WebViews inside Chrome DevTools
- Improved HTML5 Canvas performance with support for hardware-acceleration
- Vibration API  (with android.permission.VIBRATE)
- HTML5 form validation 
- HTML datalist tag 
The default user-agent string for a WebView running on Android 4.4.3 has been updated to incorporate 220.127.116.11 as the version number.
- Latcha+AssociatesSoftware Developer, 2013 - present
- ePrize, Inc.Senior Flash Engineer, 2007 - 2013
- Michigan Technological UniversityComputer Science, 2003
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