Just a day after releasing Chrome 27 on the desktop, Google on Wednesday announced the release of Chrome 27 for Android, adding fullscreen support on phones and a tab history option on tablets. You can download the latest version now directly from Google Play.

The device-type features are fairly straightforward. To access the new fullscreen function on an Android phone, just scroll down the page and the toolbar will disappear (sidenote: full screen support for iOS arrived Chrome 26 stable). When you scroll back up, the toolbar returns automatically.

The full Chrome 27.0.1453.90 for Android changelog is as follows:

Fullscreen on phones Scroll down the page and the toolbar will disappear.
Simpler searching Searching from the omnibox will keep your search query visible in the omnibox, making it easier to edit, and show more on your search result page.
Client-side certificate support You can now access sites that require you to use a certificate and Chrome will allow you to select an installed certificate.
Tab history on tablets Long press the browser back button to view your tab history.
And a ton of stability and performance fixes.
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