Chrome browser for Android update 28: self service web page, full-screen support for tablets

The auto detect the language and translate (left), the graph representing the saved page (right) on Chrome 28

Google today officially Chrome for Android updated to version 28, with a very interesting new features such as automatic web page translation. When you visit a page with written language is not the same with the default language of the system, Chrome will display a small message asking whether you want to proceed through Google Translate service or not. The identity of the web language will be done automatically, so we do not have to manually do anything except click on "Services". Also in the Chrome 28, the browser now supports browsing mode for full-screen Android tablet by hiding the address bar when scrolling down (Chrome 27, the browser fullscreen allowed on smartphones). These two features have been available in Chrome 28 Beta version launched in May.

Also, according to The Next Web sites, bandwidth management feature saves web load capacity will also "be enabled Google in a few days for Chrome 28". This feature works based on a data compression technique in the process of testing. When accessing the Settings> Bandwidth Management, you'll notice that Chrome is saved how much web space together with illustrative diagrams.

Source: Google


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