Google updated its Chrome Beta for Android app today with a new look by implementing the new Material Design interface. A prominent feature in Google’s upcoming Android L, the company has started to update many of its Android apps and services with this new Material Design language. The Google Play Store has received its makeover, and Google is now rolling out the design to its Chrome Beta app.
Material Design is a codename for Google’s Android L visual language; it features a flat theme with a more colourful animation to the user interface. With the new Material Design element in Chrome beta, the web browser now looks better and feels more user friendly than the current generation Chrome.
For example, the current generation Chrome browser features a grey themed incognito mode while the beta version features a dark theme instead to show users that the incognito browsing is private to users only.
Besides the introduction of Material Design, the new Chrome Beta also has a simplified sign-in, where users have the ability to sign in to multiple Google accounts on their device. They will be automatically signed in to those accounts on the Chrome browser.
Head on the Google Play Store and download the Google Chrome Beta app.
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