For Android a new strong password feature can help users choose safer passwords. Also a new “reader mode” is available for the PC version of browser.

Google is slowly making the stable version of Chrome 75 available for all users on both mobile and desktop. It comes with various features for every platform, starting with the password management tools the Android version was sorely lacking. Whenever you create a new account on an Android device, the gray bar at the top of your keyboard will now show a button that says “Suggest a strong password,” similar to what you’d see if you sign up for an account through Chrome on desktop. For Windows, Mac and Linux, Google has introduced a hidden reader mode that you can switch on. Of course, it wouldn’t be a major Chrome update without a lengthy list of bug fixes, including 42 security patches for the desktop version.