Google has released a new version of Google Chrome Beta. Chrome Beta v41 includes the new way of change: pull to refresh. There are also a number of new features to be found in the browser.
Google has updated wednesday during an update for Google Chrome Beta. The Android browser is equipped with pull to refresh. This way you can easily reload a web page by pulling the screen down. This is a godsend for those who miss the reload button in the Chrome browser.
Besides the pull to refresh feature in Chrome Beta v41 now we also have the opportunity to reject third party cookies or allow specific. Before it was just on or off for all cookies. Using the button below you can download Chrome Beta 41 from the Play Store.
So, as with previously mentioned, the pull to refresh functionality is the headliner here. Simply pull down when you’re at the top of a page to refresh it. It seems to work everywhere I’ve tried it. The other change we’re seeing is in the settings UI, Which is more materials in v41 on KitKat devices. That’s not a huge deal, but it’s something. Also Google says there are some bug fixes. Finally, there’s a new flag in Chrome Beta to scan credit cards to fill forms faster, but it does not appear when enabled to do anything right now.
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