Google Chrome for Android updated
Chrome 41 for Android features 'Pull down to refresh' functionality. Google

Google Chrome 41 is now live for users of the Android mobile operating system and the web browser is available for download via Google Play.

The latest mobile browser can be downloaded from the Google Play app repository.

A major feature that the Google Chrome 41 brings along is the ability to pull and refresh a webpage from the top. This feature ensures faster refresh rate for webpages and provides an efficient web browsing experience.

Along with the above functionality, the updated browser has multiple performance/stability enhancements and bug fixes.

Android mobile users would notice a less-cluttered tabbed interface within the latest Chrome iteration.

Enthusiasts of Google Chrome should remember that Chrome 42 (currently available for download in beta) will be the last of the Google's web browsers to be supported by the now outdated Android Ice-Cream Sandwich operating platform.

Here's the complete list of features offered by Google Chrome 41 for Android:

Sync Across Devices – Seamlessly access and open tabs and bookmarks from your laptop, phone or tablet.

Save Data – Reduce mobile data usage by up to 50% while browsing.

Faster Browsing – Choose from search results that instantly appear as you type and quickly access previously visited pages.

Voice Search – Use the magic of Google voice search to find answers on-the-go without typing.

Translate – Easily read webpages in numerous languages.

Intuitive Gestures – Open as many tabs as you wish and flip through them by swiping from side to side on the toolbar.

Privacy – Use Incognito mode to browse without saving your history.