Tagged: Google Chrome
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.
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.
Chrome browser's Beta release! At this time it doesn't have Adobe Flash support, but it is blazing fast - and offers a great tabbed browsing experience. You can check out our hands-on with it here. We give it a try on both the Galaxy Nexus and ASUS Transformer Prime.
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.
just announced the Chrome for Android Beta. It's available now for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones and tablets.
Chrome's vulnerability reward program for quite some time, but never considered moving the design over to Android. Reddit user CunningLogic suggests it would give developers a monetary reward for their handwork while making Android more secure in the long run. Sounds good to me. Just like development within Chrome, the developers hard at work within Android have been extremely good at pointing out OS security flaws; with a form of payment, devs will get that extra incentive/motivation to tighten up loose ends and help make Android OS better.