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Chrome for Android updates with restoring closed tabs and more

The update in question brings Chrome for Android up to version 35.0.1916.122 And, as we have said, it offers several really interesting improvements for our smartphone. The most notable is the possibility of restore a closed tab by accident, so that we do not have to visit the history or anything like that to reopen the web page we were reading. Also, it is now possible watch videos in full screen with subtitles and HTML5-based controls, another of the most anticipated options for this browser and that is finally available.

On the other hand, Google wants to convert to Chromecast on one of their best-selling devices and so now we can send some videos from Chrome for Android to this gadget, expanding its possibilities of use. If this seems little to you, now we will be able to use the multi-window on some smartphones and tablets that they support it – which are not yet known – so that we can navigate and perform another task at the same time, making the experience much easier. For the rest, this version has corrected some errors present in the previous ones, adding more stability.

Google+ for Android also updates its interface and some features

In addition to the Chrome update, Google+ has also been updated with a revamped user interface, which will be what you will notice the most, although the Auto Awesome functionMovies and Stories– so that we can combine our videos, photos and places visited in travel notebooks so that we can share them with our friends.

Google + -Auto-Awesome

In addition, this new version for Android introduces the Animated gifs in the Photos section, being able to create as many as we want without more than pressing a button. On the other hand, we can access all our photographs, see the full profiles of our contacts and a few more small improvements that we will notice when navigating the application.

If you are interested, you can download the new version of Google+ for Android from this link.

Via 9to5Google TalkAndroid