Just as you thought that all the news about Google is enough for one day, apparently there’s still more. And this one has been in queue for months. Chrome for Android beta version first arrived in February this year. Early this month, it was updated with a tad of stability and performance tweaks.
Seemingly not enough, Google is finally announcing today that its Chrome for Android has left beta phase and is now available on Google Play for downloading. The announcement came in conjunction with the opening of the Google I/O developer conference earlier today, where we saw the Nexus tablet for the first time. Interestingly, the device will be the first to sport Chrome as its default browser, as speculated.
The full version of Chrome for Android includes important stability and performance fixes, as well as some minor UI adjustments for tablets. Unfortunately, you will have to get your Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean to enjoy the highly anticipated browser. We still have to test the full version of Chrome for Android. We’ll let you know our thoughts shortly. Meanwhile, you can get the app via Google Play.
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