Google Chrome team has just announced that their Chrome beta for Android has been updated to version 28 (28.0.1500.21), bringing a number of requested features along with the new code base. For tablet users, there’s now the same full screen experience that phones have as of version 27, as the toolbar and omnibox simply vanish while scrolling down the page. Moreover, the automatic translate for pages not in the device's native language is now available, just like we’re used to while desktop browsing. The full list of change log includes:
• Google Translate: When you come across a page written in a language that isn't in the same language as your phone or tablet, look for the translation bar
• Fullscreen on tablets: Simply scroll the page to dismiss the toolbar
• Support for fullscreen API
• New graph showing your estimated bandwidth savings when you use the experimental data compression feature
• Mobile friendly error pages
The first impressions of the updated Chrome beta for Android are quite favorable. Try yourself – get the app from Google Play for free now, and do not forget to come back and share your opinion in the comments below.