Google Chrome beta v45.0 has been released to Android devices. At Google I/O 2015, while announcing Android M, Google also announced that the user experience of Web on Android is also going to be changed by the introduction of “Custom Tabs”.
Custom Tabs feature is very helpful for apps that have actually started off and still continuing on websites, like Pinterest.com, amazon.com etc. These apps will mostly have one or more features linking them back to their websites. This feature allows effortless navigation between apps and browser back and forth without having to re-enter login credentials every other time, and all this can be done by not fully leaving the app.
This feature is now available with the latest chrome beta 45 for Android. The official listing of what’s new with the latest version is:
The Chrome team is excited to announce the launch of Chrome Beta 45 for Android. Chrome 45.0.2454.21 will be available in Google Play over the next few hours. This release includes
– Chrome Custom Tabs
– Updated media playback controls
– Updated Bookmarks interface
– Better logging for feedback reports
– Barrels of bug fixes and performance improvements.
A partial list of other changes in this build are available in the Git log. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. More information about Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.
Even though the update takes time to reach devices via Play Store, users can grab it from APK Mirror from the link given below:
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