Google Chrome for Android is set to hit the market with a lot of additions this time. You will see that the latest beta (version 30) of the browser is redesigned featuring various gesture controls. Switching tabs is made lot easier by letting you swipe horizontally or vertically on the toolbar. This application is more user-friendly as compared to the previous one because the new feature will prevent you from accidentally changing tabs during use. A few new tricks will also come handy while using web pages.
The beta will also include support for accelerometer information so that the website is notified of where your phone is situated. In addition there is also WebGL support for improved interactive graphics. You will also find experimental support for vibration controls and voice recognition in the same Android beta.
Though these awesome features will have only a little impact on your web browsing experience in the present, but these tools will let web developers create sites in a more easy and efficient way in the future. So if you want to try out the new features before Google approves the latest version of the browser to “stable” status, simply switch to the beta channel.
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