🛃 Use older API when new one isn't needed.

Providers relying on the older version of the Custom Tabs Service don't
support newSessionWithExtras, therefore use newSession when possible.

Change-Id: I4b1adcf20f6ecdc29d7b89bb8407373a48732cc9
Reviewed-on: https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/custom-tabs-client/+/1720773
Reviewed-by: Pavel Shmakov <pshmakov@chromium.org>
Commit-Queue: Peter Conn <peconn@chromium.org>
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Chrome Custom Tabs - Examples and Documentation

Chrome Custom Tabs provides a way for an application to customize and interact with a Chrome Activity on Android. This makes the web content feel like being a part of the application, while retaining the full functionality and performance of a complete web browser.


Using Custom Tabs should be easy. This repository hosts examples and in-depth documentation. The examples are importable as projects into the Android Studio.

Bugs, Issues and Discussion

We want to hear your feedback! Please create bugs and start discussions using this template. Please use the template for any issues related to the Custom Tabs APIs, their implementation in Chrome, the examples in this repository, and related functionality of the Android Support Library.

Note: we know that the GitHub issue tracker is great! However, since Custom Tabs is mostly driven by Chrome developers, and we want to keep all bugs in one place, we prefer the Chromium issue tracker at the moment.


We accept contributions to Custom Tabs examples and documentation. Please see our contributor's guide.