by Brent Dirks
September 12, 2013
Google’s popular third-party browser, Chrome, has just been updated with a number of improvements. First, the update allows users to go back to their search results more quickly. After clicking an unwanted search query, hitting the back button will automatically bring up the previous search results. Rolling out to everyone over time, users will be able to view their data savings in the Bandwidth Management settings. The release notes also list an example of the new Voice Search pronoun support:
Try queries like: “Who is the president of the United States?” followed by “Who is his wife?”Finally, along with the usual bug fixes, the new version also features improvements to single sign on with other Google apps. The latest major version of the browser, before today’s update, arrived in July. Version 28.0.1500.12 brought interoperability with other Google apps and fullscreen support for the iPad. Chrome is a universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. It can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. For other app news today, see: Pivvot Selected As Apple's App Of The Week And Goes Free, Bust A Move And Download Go Dance In The App Store Now, Get Excited: Square Enix Releases Impressive Teaser Trailer For Final Fantasy Agito, and LEGO's Latest iOS Game Brings Pullback Racer Cars To Life.