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Google rolling out Chrome for Android update with bug fixes, minor interface tweaks


In a wave of updates today, Google has just announced an update to Chrome for Android. Alongside the normal bug fixes and stability tweaks that come with every update, Google is also touting some minor interface tweaks for the app.

There is now a download progress notification for file downloads, as well as a new interface for the help and feedback menus. Finally, there’s now support for the <datalist> tag.

The Chrome team is excited to announce Chrome 33 for Android. Chrome 33.0.1750.132 will beavailable in Google Play over the next few days. This release contains stability and performance improvements as well as the following improvements:

  • Download progress notification for file downloads using the Chrome network stack
  • Updated help and feedback UI
  • Support for <datalist> tag

The update is rolling out gradually and will hit all devices within the next few days. Be sure to keep an eye on the Play Store for it to hit your device.


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