Chrome Beta Version 28 Hits the Play Store Including Translate Support

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  • 25 May 2013
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  • Google has announced and released the next version of its Chrome Browser for the mobile platform in Beta state. It brings support for Google Translate that acts just the sames as the desktop variant, offering to translate web pages that are displayed in foreign languages.


    It would seem Google is right on track with its mobile browser, managing new releases at the expected intervals compared to the regular PC version. The latest Beta release seems to take it a step closer to a fully featured Chrome release on the mobile platform. It brings Google Translate support, offering its users the ability to translate foreign pages at only one tap away.

    The latest version of Chrome Beta also includes a new graph showing your estimated bandwidth savings when you use the experimental data compression feature. It offers full screen support also for tablet devices and there is a new error page layout, in a more friendly manner. You can download it as of now on the Play Store.


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