Chrome 35 – Desktop
Developer control over touch input
Chrome 35 gives developers control over the touch-action CSS property. Developers will be able to assign a different action or disable the default one for the mouse wheel.
New apps/extension APIs
Chrome 35 supports some new extensions and APIs. You can view a list of the newly supported APIs here
Chrome 35 – Android
Subtitle Support & HTML 5 Controls
The new video player controls take up a lot less space on the screen than the old ones and Chrome can now support subtitles. This means that if a video was uploaded with subtitles embedded as an SRT file, users will be able to see them now on their screen.
Undo Closed tabs
Undo Closed tabs is a feature that explains itself and it’s just plain surprising that it wasn’t there before. When you close a tab, a small overlay notification appears at the bottom of the screen that tells you which tab you closed with an undo button that you can tab to bring it back.
You can read the full change log for the new version, for both on the official blog. The new version for the desktop is really something for developers. Chrome on Android offers end users a few new features but they’re hardly a big deal especially if you consider the huge update Firefox had a while ago for Android.