Though Chrome for Android release is not quite in par with the desktop version in terms of features, a new update released by the search giant could be of help. For those users who find it difficult to use the browser for certain activities including filling in email addresses on the compact smartphone displays or for those who cannot keep a track of all the passwords, the latest Chrome for Android update could be a boon.
According to an official blog post, the latest update enables users to access the saved passwords and autofill entries. Furthermore, the update also adds in stability improvements and a fix for the blank page loads.
Here is the complete list of all the new features that Chrome for Android has received.
* Password Sync
* Autofill Sync
* Fixed issue where blank page would be loaded rather than URL
* Performance and stability improvements
Chrome browser is well known for its speed and user friendly interface and with the new update, users can benefit a desktop user experience even with the Android version of the browser. The update also brings Chrome for Android up to Chrome release 26, basically making it on par with the desktop version.
All you need to do is open the Chrome browser after update and enter Settings, choose the Account and click on Sync. With the auto sync, the desktop and mobile accounts will be synced and users can simply feed in the account details and opt for the signed in option, this way, it will be easy for them to access their accounts, fill in forms and more.
However, on updating and checking, the Password Sync feature seems to be gradually rolling out as it has not made its way to some users until now.