The biggie is Multiple Account Support. You can now switch between personal, work, or any other Google account.
Also with Single Sign In you can sign in once to Google Drive and you’ll automatically be signed in to apps like YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and G+.
The updated iOS 7 support now also lets you print your files with Google Cloud Print or AirPrint.
The iOS 7 New Tab Page Chrome extension replaces the regular new tab page with an interface that can easily be mistaken for iOS 7.
A default set of “apps” on the screen are really just shortcuts to Web sites.
The “App Store” allows you to install additional preconfigured shortcuts to one of the three screens. If you want to delete the apps or rearrange them, clicking on one of the apps for a couple of seconds will cause the icons to shake, just like in iOS 7.
When you click back in Chrome to return to a search results page Google says results will now “instantly appear, ready for you to choose the next one.”
The update also adds a data cost savings feature that gives you a view of data savings in Bandwidth Management settings.
Google’s working on a way to offer the same remote control feature available from your Android phone or tablet via a Chromoting app for Android.
With Chromoting you’ll be able to fire up the app on your mobile device and use it to login to a computer running Chrome. While not the first remote control app, many might find the integration with the Chrome browser appealing.
No word on how soon Google will release either a finished or beta version.