Chrome for Android Gets Updated
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Google is busy pushing out another wave of updates for some of their most popular mobile apps, the first being Chrome for Android, which is now capable of supporting multi-window devices. There aren’t many multi-window compatible devices out there, but we do know that the new feature is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy S5.
Full-screen video playback is now included too thanks to HTML5, with added controls and subtitle options to boot. Other little additions bring the undo function, which desktop users will be familiar with as it allows you to re-open an accidentally closed tab.
Of course the update will also bring the usual way of bug fixes, stability improvements, etc. Not the biggest of updates, but you can read the full change lot below.
- Undo Tab Close.
- Fullscreen video with subtitles and HTML5 controls.
- Support for some multi-window devices.
- Support for casting some videos with Chromecast.
- Other bug fixes.
Have you had a chance to try out the multi-window functionality yet? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Thank you TweakTown for providing us with this information.
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