New Chrome Beta Update Brings the Most Demanded Desktop Features

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  • 07 Mar 2013
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  • Google has decided to work with the Chrome Browser for Android in a similar manner that Opera does. Thus a short while back, Google has introduced the Beta version of the Chrome browser on the Play Store, so users can get to test the features before they’re actually implemented.


    The stable release of Chrome for Android is some versions short of the PC counterpart and still has to grow a few versions till users can be satisfied with it. That is where the Beta version comes in, allowing for testing every new feature before it get implemented in the final release. The Beta is updated a lot more frequently and has reached a version very close to the Desktop counterpart.

    The latest Chrome Beta release has brought some features that were highly requested of the browser since some time ago. The first is a feature that can really make the use of it more productive, and that is auto-fill syncing. The second is another greatly sought feature, that is the syncing of passwords. These features are both in their early stages and may not work for everyone but Google has promised major improvements with the coming versions. You can get the Beta Chrome Browser from the Store.

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