Chrome 29 beta releases several new Chrome Apps APIs and a few exciting developer features on Chrome for Android i.e. "Web Audio" and "WebRTC."
First up, Chrome Beta on Windows, Mac, or Linux, bring the improvements to omnibox suggestions "now based on the recency of websites visited," so you'll get more contextually relevant suggestions at the right time.
In addition, Chrome for Android beta, gets improvements to the way you navigate and interact with the web. "You may now notice pages loading faster," as well as the implementation of real-time communication technology "WebRTC" that allows you to chat face-to-face through your browser without installing any plugins.
In addition, Chrome packaged apps too gets some new capabilities including: "richer access to Google services such as Google Analytics, Google APIs and Google Wallet, and better OS integration using services such as Bluetooth and native app communication."
Watch this Google I/O presentation for more information: