The new version brings a grid layout system for developers, but most of the changes are reserved mainly for Chrome OS users and Android users, the updates for which will be rolled out soon. The Chrome 57.0.2987.98 stable version will be reaching Mac, Windows, and Linux users in a few weeks. To make supporting and maintaining designs on a variety of screen sizes easier, elements within the grid can be specified to span multiple columns or rows, plus they can also be named so that layout code is easier to understand. While Android and Chrome OS users will have to wait a bit longer for version 57, the update is apparently out for beta for all other compatible platforms. Most of these vulnerabilities were discovered and patched by various developers that Google awarded with up to $7,500 Dollars, according to the complexity of the bugs. It also enables Chrome users to install Android kiosk apps that are commonly found in many retail stores. Not only has Google cemented the browsers' security but they have also added a brand new badge to the URL badge which notifies users when they are on pages which are flagged as being secured from any potential threats.
You can update to Google Chrome 57 via the app's inbuilt updater or simply visit the official Chrome website for a full download of the latest version. This is needed to ensure that they deliver the best web applications that fit the exact needs of the more than 1 billion people that use the browser. In Chrome for Android, developers can customize the lock screen UI and notifications with media content using the new Media Session API. "Additionally, the site is now able to respond to user actions taken on the notification itself, such as seeking or skipping".
With all of this Chrome 57 for iOS will also arrive soon hopefully. The Reading List feature in Safari lets you save articles for later to read, and segregates it into "Unread" and "Pages You've Read" options. Google is now testing this feature in Chrome beta build for iOS.