Google has just released a new update to the Chrome browser for Android today, though it may not hit your devices right away. This will be a gradual roll out that happens over the next few days, and though the change log is short, it should add a lot of performance improvements. Google also says that there are "additional Material Design updates," along with support for battery status and screen orientation APIs.
Here is the full Chrome change log, which is now at version 38:
Support for Battery Status and Screen orientation APIs
Additional Material Design updates
Lots of bug fixes and performance improvements!
Have you received the update yet? Noticed anything new? Let us know in the comments.
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