Android’s share sheet has long been a point of contention. The idea behind it is ingenious: it allows you to share media, links, files, and more data across apps on your phone with only a few taps. However, it has become increasingly harder to use over the years, with many apps offering their own internal share sheets with extra in-app actions. The fact that direct share targets often don’t show people you contact often doesn’t help the system share sheet’s case, either. While Android 14 may not fix the latter problem just yet, it aims to help developers get rid of custom share sheets by giving them the option to add custom app actions, and we’ve got our first look at a Google app doing just this: Chrome Beta.