Google just announced that its Chrome for Android web browser has received an update with some helpful changes for eligible Android devices.
The mobile version of Google Chrome brings many of the desktop Chrome features to your smartphone, offering an interface tailored to mobile devices that is fast, clean, and easy to use. Here is what has been changed:
What's in this version:
- Password and autofill sync: Access saved desktop passwords and autofill entries from your Android device
- Fix for blank page loads in some scenarios
- Several stability improvements
Note: This version requests two new permissions, Camera and Modify Audio Settings, to support WebRTC, an experimental feature under development.
You can get the Chrome browser update over in the Google Play store (it should be available shortly in all the countries). Then, have your say about the changes by posting a comment below.
Source: Google Play