Chrome 35 for Android Adds Option to Undo a Closed Tab
Article by George Norman
On 21 May 2014
Google rolled out Chrome version 35 to the Stable Channel for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android. Focusing on Android alone, it must be mentioned that Chrome 35 for Android comes with the option to undo closed tabs.

So if you accidentally closed a tab while surfing the web on your Android mobile device, Chrome 35 helps you reopen the tab you accidentally closed.


Google Chrome version 35 graduated from Beta and moved to the Stable Channel. Or to put it in other words, the stable version of Google’s Chrome 35 browser has been rolled out to the public.

Chrome 35 for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, comes with the following changes (as presented by the Google Chrome Team):
  • More developer control over touch input
  • New JavaScript features
  • Unprefixed Shadow DOM
  • A number of new apps/extension APIs
  • Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance
  • 23 security fixes.

Chrome 35 for Windows is available for download right here on FindMySoft.
If you already have Google Chrome on your PC, you can manually trigger an update from the browser About menu.

Chrome 35 for Android-powered mobile devices comes with the following changes (as presented on the Play Store):
  • Undo Tab Close
  • Fullscreen video with Subtitles and HTML5 controls
  • Support for some multi-window devices
  • Support for casting some videos with Chromecast
  • Other bug fixes.

It’s quite annoying to close a tab, only to discover moments later that you need to reopen that tab. Chrome wants to offer a top quality, highly enjoyable browsing experience to Android users around the world. Consequently, Chrome 35 for Android fixes this annoyance – Chrome 35 for Android comes with the option to undo tab close.

In related news, Google introduced Google+ Stories and Movies – a means of automatically creating stories and movies from your photo library.

Tags: Google, Chrome, Android, Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
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