The gray bar now also displays a key logo when you tap a login text box. Your passwords will be listed under this logo along with the Manage Passwords option. In addition, you may soon find it easier to scroll through long lists of images and text because the mobile browser supports the "scroll on pause" feature. Developers have the ability to set capture positions within a page. So if you scroll down quickly, you'll get to the next photo instead of all the way down.
On iOS devices, Google's Auto-Chrome Open feature removes native applications when clicking from incognito mode. And for Windows, Mac, and Linux, Google has introduced a hidden reading mode that you can enable in chrome: // flags / # enable-reader mode. After you turn it on, Chrome will drop you in the Chrome drop-down menu to display "Distill page". Just click on it to remove unwanted elements from the displayed web page and just leave the headline, images and headline of an article behind it.
Of course, it would not be a big Chrome update without a long list of bug fixes, including 42 security patches for the desktop version.