Chrome for Android today. Bringing their full-fledged browser to the world of Android smartphones and tablets. While currently only available for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices (and a beta) we were excited to give it a quick try. Below you'll see our first impressions, hands-on pictures, video, benchmarks and more.
Google Chrome for Android this morning and quickly realized that Adobe Flash was not supported. I had a feeling it wouldn't be, and now after confirming its lack of support Adobe has made an official announcement basically following up on earlier announcements that they weren't supporting Android moving forward. That was fast!
just announced the Chrome for Android Beta. It's available now for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones and tablets.
Mozilla. Along with tons of improvements to overall stability and performance we have a faster and easier set up and sync, but Adobe's Flash Player is still missing.
Browser+ is now available for free in the Android Market, building a few handy extra features into Ice Cream Sandwich's built-in browser.
has been pushed out. The Honeycomb-friendly UI will be familiar to anyone who's spent time in third-party Honeycomb app.
Dolphin HD has just recently received an update. Though improvements were minor, they will appeal to many. Backup data written to the SD is now encrypted, the option to disable the Toggle Webzine button was added, and by popular demand they've brought back the double-tap to exit feature.
is now beating the long-standing Opera Mini for worldwide mobile browser market share. However, both are still far, far behind Safari, which commands over half of the market as of October 2011.
Dolphin. Dolphin HD7 includes a bookmark sync feature, backing up your bookmarks to Dolphin's servers, not unlike Chrome or Firefox Sync.