A new version of Google Chrome Beta v28 for Android is out. You will find a lot of improvements and new things that will certainly help you to use the web browser faster. The version 20.0.1500.21 of Chrome has a lot of new features that you will use joyfully.
You can now experience the new built-in Google translate on pages that aren’t written in the language of your device. You will find a translation bar to use.
Also, you will be able to use full screen mode on tablets and support for full screen API and you can use new graphics which will show your estimated bandwidth savings when you use the experimental data compression feature. There is also a feature for mobile friendly error pages.
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Google Translate is one of the best things that can happen to the users of tablets. You will find a bar with options to set it as you want and you will experience the finest translations to your device.
You will also be happy to use the full screen mode for your tablet as the feature for smartphones is already used from April. You will simply need to scroll down and the buttons will disappear and you will enjoy a full screen mode. The full screen API offers you a nice control of your full screen mode.
There isn’t a big difference if we think about mobile error pages but they look a little bit friendlier with the new added error page style.
Also a New tab button was introduced for smartphones as tablets use the desktop style. This will certainly be a very used feature for those who use Google Chrome v28 on smartphones.
These updates seem to look very nice and useful. Make sure that you install this last version and enjoy all new features to have a better experience. I already installed it and it works great!
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