Chrome for Android updated with Material Design

Chrome for Android updated with Material Design

Google Chrome, the default browser on most Android devices, is getting a pretty big UI update today. We’ve seen the updated UI in a previous version of Chrome Beta, but it’s just now making its way to the Chrome stable app.

If you’ve used the Chrome Beta version, it’s the exact same thing. The action overflow menu, tab switcher, and even the icon got a revamping to Google’s newest design language, Material Design.

Head to the Play Store to see if you’ve got the update yet!

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