Google on Tuesday released Chrome version 35 (or Chrome 35) for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. The new update for personal computers (PC) seems to be targeted at developers and not the end users. The update should have already happened for users who have enabled the browser's built-in silent updater. Others can download the update from google.com/chrome.
With the Chrome for Android update, Google's changelog lists features such as Undo Tab Close; fullscreen video with subtitles and HTML5 controls; support for some multi-window devices; support for casting some videos with Chromecast, and other bug fixes. The updated app is now available on Google Play.
Providing users with the ability to Undo Tab Close on the Android app is a great move on Google's part. However, the update that intrigues us the most is the support for casting some videos that one might encounter while browsing using a Chromecast. We'll have to wait and watch which websites actually allow their videos to be played using Chromecast.
The search-engine giant recently extended its Chrome Remote Desktop feature to the Android platform in the form of an app, making it possible to access Windows and Mac machines via Android smartphones and tablets via the new Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android.