Chrome for Android hits version 40: a few, yet handy improvements have been added to the mix
This doesn't mean that there are completely no notable improvements to the app. First things first, Chrome for Android is now donning a slightly revamped bookmark manager. If you tap on the address bar with the intention of copying the URL link, Chrome will now treat you to a more streamlined and straightforward copy menu. If the website has requested your location, you can manage the location-sharing settings from this menu, too.
What's more, you'd get treated to a bigger address bar and menu overflow button if you are on the Lollipop sweetness and you've allowed Chrome to display your opened tabs in the recent apps carousel menu. If you navigate to a website with a fixed header image, Google's browser will also zoom in a new way. Last, but not least, the app is now more offline-friendly, which means that more of its on-board features will work if no Wi-Fi or data connection is at hand.
Download: Chrome Browser (Android)