Google Chrome for Android has just received a relatively important update. Apart from improving the speed and stability of the already-great browser, Google also managed to pack a couple of new useful features.
Probably the most important of them all is the implementation of a new gesture-based UI navigation. Accordingly, new gestures have been built-in for more seamless navigation between tabs and in the menu itself. A new swipe gesture has also seen the light of the sun, enabling us to quickly switch tabs by swiping horizontally across the top toolbar. Also, a long press on an image will trigger a Google search for related ones, a cool nifty feature indeed. And, last but not least, Chrome is now better integrated with Google Now, thus enabling the results from it appear faster.
Visit the official Chrome Browser app on Google Play to get a hold of the new update.