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July 11, 2013

Chrome for Android updated with Google translate integration and full screen mode for tablets


Chrome for Android has hit version 28 and brings with it a few new additions. The first update is that tablet users finally have the ability to take advantage of full screen mode, something mobile users have had for a while now. Another new addition to the update is Google Translate integration. This new feature will offer you website translation if you stumble across a website in a foreign language. There is also the new interface option for right-to-left languages, the languages include Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew. Other than that there are the usual performance and bug fixes and when scrolling the toolbar now dissapears. If you haven’t taking advantage of the update or want to try a different browser then hit the source link up now.

Source – Google Play

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