The release also adds a couple of new features and fixes a whole host of bugs. Google posted a blog saying that the update will allow users to be more social, allowing you to share media and documents.
The blog post also spoke about fun games and online apps.
The tab page has been completely redesigning and makes organising tabs and apps much simpler, even shooting a promotional video to prove it.
"We hope this will help you quickly scan the store and find interesting things to try out. In addition, apps and extensions are easier to install-just hover over an image on the grid and click 'Add to Chrome'," said Google product manager, Shannon Guymon.
"Getting additional information about an app or an extension is just a click away. When you click on an app, extension or theme, you'll see a panel featuring screenshots, videos and other relevant information neatly organized into separate tabs."
Critics have already made themselves known, with those in the know claiming the new web browsers to be "unstable" and complain about how the improvements don't allow enough customisation.
One user said: "Five or six crashes in less than an hour, after been very stable for months. I hope my automatically generated crash reports will help."
Others are confused about what Google Chrome have done to improve the browser, claiming that Google haven't announce the 'great improvements' they have promised: "Five or six crashes in less than an hour, after been very stable for months. I hope my automatically generated crash reports will help."