Google has rolled out the latest Chrome 30 beta for Desktop and Android users! This latest version brings a longer list of new features to satiate Chrome users.
Chrome 30 makes it much easier to search by image. You can now long-press or right-click on an image, and then search it through your default search engine. It’s that simple!
All the gestures are now implemented in the toolbar available at the top: you can swipe to the right/left to switch tabs, swipe down from the middle to get the tab switcher, swipe down from the top right-hand side to open up the menu.
The desktop version has not got much new features like the Android version.
Here’s the complete changelog of the Chrome Desktop version:
- Now it’s much simple to search by image.
- Numerous underneath modifications for better performance and stability.
- Several new extension APIs, like media gallery write support, WebRTC Device Enumeration, webview.request, support for in-app payments and downloads.
Here’s the complete changelog of the Android version:
- Search by image functionality.
- Easy access to the tab switcher.
- draggable menu.
- Ability to switch between tabs by performing side swipe on toolbar.
- An easy zoom gesture.
- Support for WebGL.
- Introduced Device Motion that helps developers to access device rotation and acceleration rates through Device Motion part of Device Orientation API.
- Support for Media Source API.
The major developer addition in the Android version is WebGL support, which is enabled by default for the devices with top-notch mobile GPUs.
The desktop Chrome version is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux.