Skyfire. Based on details provided, Opera will be looking towards Skyfire's video optimization and smartphone monetization products.
Opera Software has revealed its next generation browser, and you know we wouldn't be talking about it here on Android Community if it didn't have something to do with mobile devices. Introduced today over on Pocket-Lint, Opera Ice is a new mobile browser targeted at iOS and Android. Opera has seen the need for change in the mobile browser space, and plans to use Ice as a means of implementing that change.
Google still wants to test new features, fix bugs, and have beta testers. Earlier this month they announced a new Chrome Browser beta program, and today their new app received it's first update. Read on for more details.
Google's at it again this afternoon and they've just updated their popular Chrome Browser for Android. It's one of our favorites, but could still use plenty of work. While today we aren't getting new features, the guys from Mountain View have updated the app with bug fixes, stability fixes, and hope to improve performance across the board.
Google have just pushed out a quick and apparently needed update to the Chrome Browser for Android. The update is available this afternoon as usual in the Google Play Store, and at first glance only appears to be bug fixes, but there's a few more things included as well.
Firefox is keeping their word on offering rapid releases for both their desktop, and mobile browser client. Even though it seems like they released version 15 just last week, yesterday Firefox 16 for Android was released to the wild. They've added a few new features, enhanced performance, and even added tons of security features to protect mobile users from malicious activities.
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Google has updated its Chrome mobile browser for Android, which now supports devices running x86 processors. This means that newer devices running on Intel's Medfield chip, like the Motorola RAZR i, can now enjoy Google's own browser solution. Before the update, Chrome was sadly not compatible with non-ARM devices, but that's no longer the case.
Google Chrome browser for Android smartphones and tablets. While the browser still isn't available for everyone in the world of Android it is slowly making great progress, and even will come pre-installed on upcoming Motorola phones. Check out the new details below.