Finally, Google has started to roll out the Chrome 71 for Android after making it available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It’s quite inappropriate that Google’s new Chrome version is rolling out to its own OS in the last. Well, it is always better late than never. The new Chrome for Android is now rolling out to all the users from the Play Store.
The latest Google Chrome 71 carries major changes in the settings menu and packs some new features. It will help users to restrict their unauthenticated sign-ups and sign-ins. Even, a major renovation has been done to restrict unknown billing charges. From now on, users will be getting a dedicated prompt to process payments. It is following best practices in order to make the Chrome more stable and secure.
Google Chrome 71 has also diverged the “Autofill and payments” into two separate modules. Google has separated it into two categories of “payment methods” and “Addresses and me.”
It is the output of recent Google’s working to counter the unwanted redirects. It will resist users from getting Fake messages such as elements resembling chat apps, warnings, system dialogs, etc. Even though, the update has added an ability to switch to fullscreen mode while accessing the web.
There are several other features and fixes for the latest Chrome version 71. You can update it from the Play Store.