Chrome 37 Beta Released on Android, Features Material Design

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  • 24 Jul 2014
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  • Google has released Chrome 37 Beta on Android and this is an important release, since it brings the Material Design to the famous browser. This design language was showcased at Google I/O 2014 and it’s implemented on Android L among others.

    It’s also found on the most recent version of the Play Store, that launched this week. Google also claims that the new Chrome for Android (37 beta) brings a simplified sign in, through a new method that removes the need to type in passwords on a smartphone keyboard, instead allowing the user to enable all accounts to be automatically signed in at launch. Google claims that users will be able to sync data from the desktop, including bookmarks, history and all the other info you need.

    Bug fixes and other improvements are included in this release, that looks mighty fine in my view. The incognito browsing is still present and other than that I can’t see many changes here. Keep in mind that now when you’re signed into Chrome, you won’t need to sign in again on other Google websites, including Gmail, Maps or Search. You can get the app here.

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