Chrome Beta for Android Update released

Chrome Beta for Android Update released

The Google Chrome team announced the release of Chrome 28 to the Beta channel yesterday. Chrome for Android 28.0.1500.21 has quite a few new improvements including:

  • Google Translate: When you come across a page written in a language that isn’t in the same language as your phone or tablet, look for the translation bar.
  • Fullscreen on tablets: Simply scroll the page to dismiss the toolbar.
  • Support for fullscreen API.
  • New graphs showing your estimated bandwidth savings when you use the experimental data compression feature.
  • Mobile friendly error pages.

For more information you can check out the Chrome site.

 

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