Faster Google Chrome Updated For iOS and Android
Google also expanded support for HTML5 features such CSS Filters. Going forward, Google claims it will continue to optimize Chrome for Android at the same clip as Chrome on other platforms.
For those of you rocking an iOS device, searching with Chrome is getting a little easier. Sometime in the near future, you'll be able to see search terms in the omnibox instead of the long search URL.
"This will help you refine search queries and view more content on the results page," Google says. "This feature will roll out in the coming weeks, so you may not see it right away after upgrading."
Also new to the latest build is the ability to view your tab history by pressing and holding the back button, which will allow you to access any page you've previously visited from that tab. In addition, there's a "Share" feature under "Menu" so that you can share webpages through email, Messages, or to a social network.