Google released Chrome Beta version 27 today, which includes a bunch of updates. The biggest feature is the ability to go into full-screen mode, which allows users to scrolls down and see the toolbar scroll up with the rest of the page so that it doesn't take up the top of the browser - this gives users more room for reading, without the toolbar getting in the way.
There's some client-side certificate support, with the tablet version of Chrome Beta for Android getting updated and now having the ability to long press on the back button to check out the tab history. There are a bunch of bug fixes in this release too. You can grab Chrome Beta for Android right here.
Last updated: Mar 2, 2014 at 12:00 am CST
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