Chrome Beta v30 for Android Now Brings Gesture Navigation and Better Image Search

Posted by:

Google has been taking care of the Android platform for smartphones quite seriously unlike BlackBerry. Recently adding one more feature to the Chrome browser for Android, Google has recently updated the Chrome Beta to version 30.

Chrome Beta v30 for Android Now Brings Gesture Navigation

The update brings quite a lot of new features including option to right-click on image to do an image search, new gestures to switch tabs, lot of new API support for users and developers. The update comes with the new gestures as well, which can be swiped horizontally across the top tool bar to quickly switch the tabs instead of the previously used edge-swipe feature.

Here below are the new features that you'll get to see on the chrome browser after installing Beta v30:

Users can now search content related to an image by simply right-clicking on it, or by long pressing it and selecting. Users can also swipe horizontally across the top toolbar to quickly switch tabs unlike the edge swipe that it had in the initial Chrome. WebGL is now enabled by default in high-end devices such as Nexus 4 or Nexus 7. The Chrome Beta v30 enables support for MediaSource API for adaptive media streams and time-shifting live streams (Enabled by default on Jellybean+ devices). One can also find new experimental flags: Web Speech API and the Vibration API.

The Chrome Beta update is already available on Google Play Store.

Read More About google | chrome | android | news | update | smartphones

Please Wait while comments are loading...
Opinion Poll