Chrome Beta happens to be where new features are tested out before it arrives on Chrome for Android, which is a good thing, since the limited “playground” that it has to work in will help the end users later on, as all bugs and nuances would have been discovered and hopefully, fixed by then. We are pleased to bring you word that Chrome Beta has been updated recently to version 1, where one of the more notable new features has also been introduced – and that is, the pull-to-refresh feature, which can also be found in the likes of Gmail, Facebook, and Twitter, among others.
Up until this point in time, the refresh button had remained hidden within the flow menu, which did not manage to make the entire user experience feel “complete”, if you know what I mean, but thankfully, all of that has been fixed already, resulting in a far more intuitive and handy way to enjoy Chrome down the road.
When you head right to the top of the page and pull it down once again, the existing website will reload itself, without having you to touch the all too familiar three-dot menu while looking for the well used refresh button. You can always play the patience card and wait for Chrome Beta to update itself, or do so manually from here.