Google this morning announced the beta release of Chrome 37 on Android.
According to Google’s blog post about the new version, Chrome 37 will feature the new material design language shown off at Google I/O and most recently found on the updated Play Store that rolled out this week.
Google also notes other new features such as “simplified sign-in”. The new sign-in method removes the hassle of typing in passwords on a smartphone keyboard and allows you to enable all accounts to be automatically signed in at launch. Google says you’ll be able to sync the data from your desktop, including bookmarks, history and anything else Chrome might track. The usual bug fixes and improvements are also included in this update.
For the full announcement from Google, head on over to their official blog right here.