A new version of Chrome for Android is rolling out in the Google Play Store. Officially Chrome 31, the latest build gets version number 31.0.1650.59. The update addresses a number of bugs, performance, stability, and security issues, but is most notable for the addition of the ability to print from Chrome (on devices running KitKat) and enhanced autofill for forms.
Simultaneously, Google has launched an update to Chrome Beta for Android. Pegged at version 31.0.11650.60, it addresses instances of the browser crashing as well as removes the ability to to add an application shortcut. A blog post detailing the launch says this functionality will be added back in a later build.
Head over to Google’s blog posts for the official changelogs and more details. Follow the links below to download the latest versions of Chrome to your device.
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