Sunday, February 26, 2012

Chrome Browser for Android gets it's 1st Update

We know Google released the Beta version of Chrome web browser for Android few weeks ago and now it got the 1st official update. previous version only supported only in few regions.The biggest improvement in new version is added support for more regions. The updated list now also includes Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Poland, India, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden and Switzerland.same like before browser is only available on Ice Cream Sandwich devices.
Other changes include the addition of Android Beam support, which means you can now beam URLs to other NFC-enabled Android devices by simply touching them. Lastly, there are some bug fixes and some performance updates.The new update solves two of my major problems with the first release. The page no longer blanks out while scrolling, which used to happen a lot before. Also, the boundaries around the sides to trigger the switch tab function are now better defined, which means you don’t accidentally end up switching tabs when all you wanted to do was scroll horizontally on the current page.following picture shows the text formatting between Chrome beta Browser and inbuilt Android Browser.

As i heard many people still stick to the inbuilt Android browser due to some tab problem in Chrome.that is, switching becomes a chore when you have more than a couple of tabs because then the browser reloads the third tab every time you access it.check out the video of introducing Google Chrome browser.

News via GSM Arena

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