Google Pushing Chrome 56 to Android Devices
Google has made the latest build of its Chrome browser available to Android handsets and tablets. Chrome 56 adds several new features, including the ability to easily use emails, addresses, and phone numbers that are buried within web pages by tapping on them. Chrome 56 also makes it simpler to access downloaded files and web pages, as well as download article suggestions with a long press on the new tab page. The browser has also been given a nice performance boost thanks to new page reloading behavior. Google says its new methodology improves reload times by 28% while also cutting down on power usage and bandwidth. Google Chrome 56 is free to download from the Play Store.
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