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Chrome for Android update brings Material Design, rolling out now
Google has started pushing out the latest Chrome for Android stable release, version 37, tonight. The update brings the typical smattering of performance improvements and bug fixes plus a few new treats, including the Material Design treatment.
The update is rolling out slowly, hit the Google Play Store on device to check for updates, or head over to the Play Store to grab a fresh copy.
In addition to the new user interface built with Material Design, version 37 of Chrome brings a new Incognito tab page and a simplified sign-in. Users of Chrome Beta for Android will already be familiar with most of the changes coming to the stable channel, as Chrome Beta got its Material Design overhaul some time ago.
For those unfamiliar, Material Design was introduced during the Google I/O developer conference back in June of this year. Material Design introduces a new design aesthetic that will roll out to most of Google’s apps and services. More importantly, Material Design promises to not only change the look and feel of Android based around the upcoming Android L, but should bring a consistent look across platforms.
Let us know if you’ve seen the Chrome update from the Play Store, how are you liking the new look and feel?