Google has been keeping busy with updates to their Chrome Browser for Android, on both the BETA and regular version, and today we're getting another to add to the list. After all the recent BETA features were pushed to the regular Chrome Browser yesterday, today the BETA version was updated with a slew of new features they'll be testing over the next few weeks.
Chrome for Android team pushed out a quick update that should make plenty of users happy. The update however, is essentially the same thing we saw a few weeks ago on the BETA version, which makes sense, and brings some much needed and requested features to the popular Android browser. The full changelog and download links are available below.
Google TV wasn't mentioned during the keynote today, however there is some related news. Following the keynote, Google announced that Google TV would be getting an update. The update will be arriving sometime in the "coming months" and will bring Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean along with the latest version of Chrome. Aside from simply announcing a new update, Google also released some details about future updates including those from TV OEM partners.
Google Keep, to take on rival apps like Evernote and more. The app is their way to easily and quickly take notes, save images, and much more on Android and the web, then sync them across devices. Today however, its gone cross platform even more and they released Keep for Google Chrome.
Chrome Browser for Android, their Beta version received another minor update last night that fixed some pesky bugs. The folks from Google have remained vigilant in finding and squashing bugs, and making Chrome the best browser for Android. Read on for the new changelog.
Google over in Mountain View are pushing some sort of update out for their popular Chrome Browser on Android. Their main browser is as stable as can be, but the Chrome Beta gets those cutting edge features that sometimes cause issues. Today's Chrome Beta update looks to curb some issues, and improve some key areas.
Chrome Beta received a quick update this afternoon that finally added a few much needed features for our Android smartphones and tablets. They are pretty minor but both are features we've been waiting for and ones which should have been added a long time ago. We now have fullscreen browsing with ease, as well as simpler and easier search using the Omnibox.
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