Chrome for Android has received a new update which brings support for full screen mode on tablets and Google Translate support which translates the web pages in your favorite language.
With the new update, the Chrome for Android application has reached version 28.0.1500.64, which, among the aforementioned improvements, brings the regular bug fixes, performance enhancements, and a new interface for right-to-left (RTL) languages, including Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew.
Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers available in Google Play and I am eager to see how Google will improve its proprietary browser in the near future in order to bring it as close as possible to the experience brought by the desktop version of the app, which, in my opinion, is the best solution that is available for PC, bringing fast navigation and tons of customization options.
If you don’t already have Chrome installed on your Android device, learn that you can download it for free from Google Play Store. You should also know that Chrome for Android is only supported on the Android 4.0+ Ice Cream Sandwich devices, thus if you are stuck with a Gingerbread-powered smartphone you will not be able to install it.