Google is very excited to get things going, especially when the Chrome browser for Android comes to mind. Following the much-awaited release of the Chrome for Android update, that brings along with it the capability to add bookmarks to the home screen while letting you view a desktop version of any page, is another exciting news. This time, it appears that the native browser will be out in its Beta stage in a couple of weeks.
In an interview yesterday, Sundar Pichai, the senior vice president for Chrome and Apps, said “We launched beta 2. We addressed a few things. Mainly right now, I’m driven by bug quality and stability. We are triaging, tracking, and trying to make it very stable. It is in a matter of weeks.” This should be very interesting.
You can probably recall that Google released the first beta version of Chrome for Android in February. So far, those who were able to use the browser are the ones who are currently running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. For now, the plan seems bleak. Google has received its own share of criticisms for releasing software packages that have bugs on them. But eventually, they get better and better.RELATED
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