Posts Tagged ‘ chrome beta ’

Chrome Beta for Android Updated to 25.0.1364.64 (Changelog)

February 1, 2013

Google updated the Chrome Beta Web browser for Android to build 25.0.1364.64. Check out the changelog below to see what’s different, then head to Google Play for the download. Chrome Beta 25.0.1364.64 – Changelog: Updated graphics architecture that greatly improves fast scrolling on large pages Fixed 163439 – page links are not working...
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Chrome for Android Updated: More Languages, New Features

April 17, 2012

Chrome for Android Beta has been updated to 0. (Chrome 18.0.1025.133) on the Google Play Store. The popular Web browser for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphones and tablets is now available in 31 more languages and in all countries where Google Play (formerly Android Market) is available. A number of new features have...
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Chrome for Android Updated in Google Play Store

March 8, 2012

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 0.. The update focuses on bug fixes and also brings back support for more versions of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, including on rooted devices. Head to the Google Play Store (Android Market) to get the update. Features: - Browse fast with accelerated page loading, scrolling,...
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Google Chrome Beta for Android Updated

February 24, 2012

Google has updated the Chrome Beta Web browser for Android to version 0.. The latest build of Chrome offers Android Beam support, added countries, compability checks and essential bug fixes. Grab the download now for free through the Android Market. Source: Market
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Google Chrome Web Browser Released for Android (Video)

February 7, 2012

Google launched their Chrome desktop Web browser in 2008, and it’s been pretty successful since then. Now, Google is bringing that browsing experience to Android with Chrome Beta. Like its desktop counterpart, Chrome Beta focuses on two design principles: speed and simplicity. It also allows users to seemlessly sign-in and sync with their Google...
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