Yup, it most definitely is an app day over at Mountain View. We now have seen Google+ updated along with the introduction of the Google Now Launcher, but Google hasn’t stopped yet — behold, Chrome 33. The improvements are relatively minor for this update, but are nevertheless good to see.
The changelog is relatively small, but we do see some bugs, such as black screens, addressed on certain devices. Apart from that, we have a refreshed interface for help and feedback, support for download progress notifications for certain file downloads, and recognition of the “<datalist>” tag.
Here’s the full changelog:
- Download progress notification for file downloads using the Chrome network stack
- Updated help and feedback UI
- Support for <datalist> tag
Chrome 33 will be rolling out via Google Play in the next few days, but we’ll let you know if we stumble upon an APK you can use to get access to it faster.
Update: If you want to sideload the app rather than wait for it to arrive on Google Play, grab it here.