Chrome For Android Now Supports Printing In KitKat, Enhanced Autofill & More


Google has today rolled out a new Chrome update for Android that delivers enhanced autofill, and support for printing on devices running Android 4.4 KitKat.

This update comes with version number 31.0.1650.59, and Google says it will be available in Google Play “over the next few days.” Some of you may be able to download it already, but like most Google updates, it’s rolling out in phases, so others will have to wait a little while.

This release takes advantage of KitKat’s support for wireless printing feature, allowing you to print webpages, images, and whatever else you might be viewing in Chrome directly from your Android-powered device. It’s super handy if you need a physical copy of some directions for a trip, or a ticket to a show, or a coupon for a store.

In addition to this, Chrome now supports enhanced autofill, which lets you store your credit card information to make paying for goods online even faster. When you need to pay for something, all you need to do is authorize Chrome to access your credit card information and it will instantly fill out payment forms.

Google also promises stability, performance, and security updates in this release. The company has paid another $50,000 to “Pinkie Pie” for discovering a new exploit, which is fixed in this update. You can find out more by following the source link below.