The latest update to Google Chrome for Android has brought some new features, including password sync and form autocompletion using data you’ve previously entered. These changes have been available in Chrome Beta for Android for just shy of three weeks, now so their addition to the full release should come as no surprise.
As usual, Google have also added an array of bug fixes and performance improvements that make the latest version feel snappier and a little more responsive – you’ll recall that previous versions, while being functional, had some annoying bugs and performance issues that left a bitter taste for many, leading some to revert to the stock browser or investigate other alternatives from the Play store.
Have you returned to Chrome with the recent updates? Did you stay faithful during the hard times? Let us know in the comments!