Google has ensured that the latest Chrome for Android beta will remain in step with the times, where the Internet search giant had always done a pretty bang up job in ensuring both its desktop and Android browsers remain closely connected, and offering new features to its mobile app frequently so that the more popular Web technologies will see action even when you are on the move. Well, Google has enabled easy WebGL support at long last, so that hardware accelerated graphics and animations will be able to see action in the mobile browser .
WebGL has seen support on the Android platform to date in a range of number of official as well as unofficial workarounds, but today’s beta release does not require you to jump through any kinds of technical hoops. Instead, Google makes life a whole lot easier as all you need to do is select the toggle within the browser which will allow it to render graphics, animations and games, all without having to use modify the APK or going through the rooting process.
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