Chrome Stable Updated With the Beta Features – Autofill, Sync Passwords and More
Google has been looking out for two versions of its Chrome browser for Android, the latest being the Beta version that gets all the new implementations at the cost of stability. Through the test version we are able to get a more than adequate opinion on what Google has in store with its new updates for the so popular browser.
Google Chrome Beta got updated just a short while back to bring the so demanded functionality in regards to password and autofill syncing. The test implementations did not work for everyone just from the first release. Instead Google provided more updates, managing to get the feature on the right path. The most recent Beta release managed to provide a very functional sync feature with the new additions and it has now been included in the latest release. The new stable release also brings some highly requested fixes.s
Chrome Browser for Android manages to be faster with the latest release that also provides a fix for the blank pages that sometimes seemed to bother its users. Another aspect of it is that it has benefited from improved stability and the overall experience seems to have changed for the better. The new sync features will require that you log-in with your Google account when first accessing the browser, or you can do it later from the settings menu. In any case, it’s a very beneficial addition to the very popular release.