Google Chrome Beta version 37 was launched. Chrome Beta for Android is to try the newest features of the chrome browser for android before the official stable launch version. So that you can provide feedback to Google to make the new features stable while launching it in a stable version. You can install Chrome Beta browser version along with your current version of Chrome for Android in your smartphones. Chrome Beta will request additional permissions when using Chrome Sync for the first time.
As part of the beta release, Google launched its Beta version 37 for chrome browser android which has an major update in its design. The layout was completely transformed with material design which is announced in the recent Google I/O Developers conference 2014. Android 5.0 will be coming with Material Design. This update also has other updates like simplified sign-in and performance improvements. The new simplified sign-in removes the inconvenience of typing in passwords on a smart phone keyboard and allows you to enable all accounts to be automatically signed. When you add more than one Google Account to your device, you’ll also be automatically signed in to those accounts on the web. The official announcement about this about was spotted in the official blog. As soon the beta version bug fixes are complete, then the update will be launched in the stable version of Chrome for Android.
Checkout the Video preview of Chrome Beta version 37 with Material Design :
If you find any new issues in the beta version, please let google know by filing a bug form.