Google Chrome to Feature Apple MacBook Touch Bar Support in Version 58
Google is working on adding support for the MacBook Pro Touch Bar, and version 58 of the browser is very likely to be the one bringing this feature to all users.
Currently in Canary channel, Google Chrome 58 already features Touch Bar support, though it’s an early implementation whose functionality is still limited and requires several essential improvements.
At this point, when running Google Chrome, the Touch Bar displays options such as new tab and favorite buttons, navigation controls for back, forward, and reload, an escape key and an address bar which when tapped puts the focus on the URL bar in the browser.
There are also volume buttons and a brightness controller, but on the other hand, all these options are static and do not change based on the content you open in the browser, as 9to5mac notes.