If you’ve had to type your password on a tiny on-screen keyboard recently, you know it can be a frustrating experience. An update to Chrome beta for Android hopes to say goodbye to all those “x”s you wanted to be “c”s.
With the update, when you’re signed into Chrome, you won’t need to sign in again on Google websites, including Gmail, Maps or Search.
When you add more than one Google account to your device, you’ll also be automatically signed in to those accounts on the web. In addition to having your accounts a click away, your bookmarks, passwords, and other Chrome information will be kept in sync across your devices, using the account you choose.
For the design-minded out there, you might also notice that this version of Chrome sports some elements of Google’s new Material Design, as well.
Source: Google Chrome Blog