In the latest Google Chrome update for Android, the search giant has added a couple of new features: improved password generation as well as a simple way to look up your stored passwords.
Google Chrome 75 (75.0.3770.67) is official but is rolling out to the Play Store over the next few weeks.
In Chrome for Android, you can create strong passwords using the built-in password generator tool. This tool is now improved, allowing you to create stronger and more unique passwords.
You can also easily look up your stored passwords by using the new keyboard tool. Simply tap in any password field on a page and hit the keyboard option to launch the password search tool.
In addition to these new features, Chrome 75 for Android also has a number of stability and performance improvements. You can get the highly technical details at Google’s Chromium website. You can update Chrome to the newest version via the Google Play Store.
Previous Google Chrome updates
Improved Data Saver feature and new “Dino page” features
March 12, 2019: Chrome users with Data Saver turned on will now see a Lite icon in the URL bar when a page has been optimized for lower data speeds. Also, when you are offline and the “Dino page” appears, instead of just being stuck playing the same endless runner over and over again you can read saved articles directly from the Dino screen.
FileReader API zero-day exploit fix
March 1, 2019: Google has released a Chrome update which patches a serious “use-after-free” flaw related to the FileReader API. This API allows websites and other web-based services to read files stored on a user’s computer. But the flaw lets hackers break out and execute potentially malicious code on a device.
September, 4 2018: Google Chrome is celebrating its tenth birthday with a bunch of improvements. Chrome v69 includes an updated, cleaner design, password generation on more sites, and mobile payments via third-party payment apps.
Find saved passwords
April 17, 2018: Chrome 66 adds a new feature that lets Android users find all saved passwords under Settings > Passwords.
Language settings and simplified view prompts
March 6, 2018: In Chrome 65 users on Android can now set language preferences for web content in Settings > Languages. Simplified view prompts can also now be turned on for all supported articles. In addition, it’s now easier to share and delete downloads.