(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Google on Wednesday announced the latest Chrome for Android stable update, something that delivers a “built-in translation bar” for mobile use along with fullscreen tablet browsing.
The company noted that the update also adds more built-in support for languages including Hebrew, Arabic and Farsi via improved layout support.
Google, meanwhile, is working on something it calls an “experimental data compression service,” delivering the ability to load pages faster, save users’ bandwidth and feature more security for tablet devices.
Chrome for Android was initially made available in February of last year.