Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Chrome 28 Beta Version For Android



Google has just released a new beta version of Chrome for Android. 28.0.1500.21 stamped, it brings with it a full screen mode for tablets, a translation bar when you view a web page that is not in the language that you normally use and a graph showing the compression data. Google Play Store has released this new beta version of its Chrome application for Android that adds, among other things, the full screen on the shelves. This mode was introduced on Smartphones with the previous beta version of the browser, and it is now available in the final version released last week. As a reminder, this feature saves precious pixels when you scroll through the content of your pages down, which was sorely lacking so far. Especially since most tablets use Android interface a 16:10 which leaves the final little room for the content with. Google also added a translation bar, as on the browser of a desk top that appears when you browse a site that is different from the language installed on your device (Smartphone or tablet). The operation is also the same, if you refuse the translation if you want. Note still the polite language used for negating the term "Nope." In addition, a chart is now available when using data compression in mobile use (which is not the case on Nexus 7). To use this feature, simply go to the settings of Chrome then go to the bandwidth management. Anyway to download Chrome for Android (4.0 +), go to the Play Store Google.

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