Chrome for Android gets first update since leaving beta

Chrome for Android gets first update since leaving beta

Google Chrome has been updated for the first time since it’s release from beta. The update includes security and stability improvements and now has new location preference integrated. Google also made a few changes to YouTube, so your video controls now work in full screen mode and videos continue playing after a screen lock/unlock. Rounding things out, Google also made third-party IMEs work better with Chrome.

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