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Chrome for Android Updated With Fullscreen Mode for Tablets


Chrome for Android just got updated to Version 28 today, moving it out of beta to the stable channel. The new update comes with additional new features and the regular bug fixes and performance improvements. The most prominent new feature in the Version 28 update is the fullscreen mode for tablets, and Google Translate integration. You can grab the update from the source link below, and find the list of new features after the break.

  • Google Translate – When reading web pages in other languages, Chrome will automatically detect and offer to translate them to your language
  • Fullscreen on tablets – Similar to phones, simply scroll down the page and the toolbar will disappear.
  • New user interface for right-to-left (RTL) languages – An optimized interface for RTL languages including Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew
  • Plenty of stability and performance fixes



VIA: Chrome Releases

SOURCE: Google Play

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