Google has updated Chrome to version 60, and added support for Touch Bar for MacBook Pro 2016 and 2017. Users can now customize Google Chrome by dragging and dropping the shortcuts on the touch panel.
New settings can be combined with the existing buttons on the Touch Bar like volume control and brightness. The default panel will be displayed buttons and tabs in the search string.
For the first time Chrome has received support from the Touch Bar in beta to developers in February 2017. Since there was almost no change. It is also worth noting that Chrome offers much less customization compared to Safari. Browser Apple supports more labels and can display the selected page.