If you use Google Chrome on your Android device, it just got a big update. Today the stable version of Chrome was updated to version 35.0.1916.122 and has features for everyone.
One of the biggest new features is support for devices with multi-window features. So if you have a Galaxy Note device or any other with that feature, you can now browse the web and, say, check your email at the same time.
Google Chrome now also has an undo close tab button, allowing you to do what the feature suggests. Chrome also can stream “select” videos you are watching while you’re browsing to a Chromecast. It’s unknown what videos you can stream at this time, but more Chromecast support is always great.
Finally, Google Chrome also has support for regular HTML5 video controls and you can now see subtitles in full-screen videos if they are available. Of course, there are various bug fixes as well. Here are the full release notes:
- 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
These features have been in the beta builds of Chrome for about a month now, but this is great for people who don’t use that version. The update is currently being rolled out, but if you’d like you can download the APK here. How do you like the new Google Chrome features?