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Chrome 31 for Android fixes security bugs and brings improved autofill functionality

Chrome 31 Android

The Chrome browser for Android has come a long way since it was first launched in the Google Play Store. The browser gets constant support from Google with new features and bug fixes and we have another such update for the browser today. Most notable of the new features is the ability to print webpages right within the browser, if the users have a wireless printer hooked up on their home network.

Printing has made its way to Nexus devices by default through Android 4.4, so it’s no surprise that it has arrived on Chrome as well. The browser now brings better experience for people relying on autocomplete or autofill for purchases and other information. The browser is also capable of storing your credit card details if you’re willing to do so, thus saving you the trouble of manually entering the credentials every time. Google has also fixed some security bugs which were discovered recently. Head over to the Play Store to check for an update if the notification hasn’t popped yet.

Source: Google

Via: Android Community

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