May 20 AT 5:30 PM Alex Wagner 9 Comments

Chrome for Android is latest app to receive update from Google


I hope you’re still hungry for some piping hot app updates, Android users, because Google has announced that it’s now rolling out a new version of Chrome for Android.

The newest version of the Chrome for Android app is version 35.0.1916.122. It includes some pretty significant new features, including the ability to undo a tab close and support for select multi-window devices. It also includes support for fullscreen video with subtitles and HTML5 controls, the ability to cast some videos with Chromecast and unspecified bug fixes.

This is the third major app update that Google has issued in the past 24 hours, with the other two being Gmail and Google+. It’s great to see El Goog continue to refine its apps and add significant new features, and I’m betting that Android users are happy to be getting so many new toys to play with.

The new version of Chrome for Android should be available from the Play Store in the coming hours. You can find the app itself by clicking the Google Play widget below.


Source: Chrome Releases blog

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