Google has just launched an update for its native Chrome for Android, bringing the app to the version 28. With this update, the app has exited from beta format and includes a couple of notable additions, as well as bug fixes and performance enhancements.
The major addition in this update is the integration of Google Translate. When you encounter a web page displayed in the foreign language, you can just click on the ‘Translate’ button to translate the page in your desired language.
The next addition in the update is fullscreen support for tablets, which is already available for smartphones. After you update the app to the version, you can find the toolbar is vanishing as you scroll. This feature was initially launched in Chrome version 27 for Android mobiles, which have now also got a Plus icon in the toolbar for creating additional tabs.
Here’s the complete changelog of the new version:
- Integrated Google translate.
- Support for fullscreen mode on tablets.
- Redesigned User Interface for right-to-left languages.
- Several stability and performance fixes.
Chrome 28 for Android is downloadable via Google Play Store for free. Grab this browser and have a vibrant browsing experience!