Chrome for Android lets you save music, videos, entire webpages for offline viewing in latest update
The update adds a new “Download” button in Chrome's overflow menu, represented by the well-known downward arrow icon, that lets you save full webpages for offline viewing, with layout, text, and images intact. You can also download media for offline viewing, but you may be disappointed if you were hoping for that to apply to YouTube video downloads. You can save YouTube pages, but the videos are not playable offline. Everything you save from the web is stored in chronological order in the revamped “Downloads” tab found in the overflow menu, which now features a separate side menu listing your downloads by file type and how much space you've used.
Apart from the cool offline capabilities, Chrome v. 55 also highlights misspelled words in text fields and brings minor tweaks to the browser's user interface. If you still haven't received the new build, give it a day or two and it will roll out your way via Google Play.