Google has announced that Chrome for Android has been updated to version 58.0.3029.83, and it includes some nice improvements. Downloads can now be managed on the Downloads page, the history page has been redesigned to make it easier to wipe your data, and long pressing a link ... Read More »
OEMs are known to add their own apps to their devices alongside Google’s stock apps. You’ll often find two of each app on devices from Samsung, HTC, LG, or anything that doesn’t run stock Android. It definitely gets annoying, especially when the apps are simply outdated.
HTC is officially discontinuing its web browser, leaving its devices with just the ... Read More »
Google Chrome for Android is currently being updated to version 53, and it brings a few cool features to the mainstream. The first is Android Pay support, which allows you to pay for things without filling out forms or grabbing your wallet. Now all you’ll need to do is press a ... Read More »
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Mobile is the future, and Google has pursued both Android and Chrome OS as mobile platforms for a while now. Chromebooks still haven’t been doing well, accounting for 3% of all PCs purchased, but Android has been excelling. The strategy of using a platform for apps seems to be working a lot better than bringing ... Read More »
There are plenty of browsers on the Play Store, and many of them are good. But if you’re anything like me, you’re happily using Chrome because it’s both integrated with Google services and it’s already there, pre-installed on all Android devices. But there’s a new option, and it’s actually pretty nice.
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HTC has been more than willing to release some of its more popular apps into the Google Play store as stand-alone services, and the trend continues with its traditionally built-in browser.
On Tuesday, January 13, HTC officially made its proprietary browser available to download through the Google Play store. The app itself is called “Read More »
We saw it coming, but Chrome for Android is the biggest news for Google’s mobile platform this year. It signals that Android will be around for a long time, but we might also look back on today as the day that native operating systems began to die and web operating systems started to take over.
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At long last, Google has released an Android version of the popular Chrome browser onto the Android Market as a beta for all Ice Cream Sandwich devices. Similar to it’s PC and Mac brethren, Google Chrome for Android focuses on bringing speed and simplicity to your browsing experience, as well as offering the ability to ... Read More »
One of the biggest unanswered questions in the Android development world is “where’s Chrome?” Google has made huge strides in web development attached to the Chrome name, some of which Android’s “Browser” has not been a part. Thanks to a bonafide Android port of Chromium, that’s about to change.
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Ever since Chrome OS was announced, the excitement for the operating system seemed to be matched by the curiosity of its purpose. Shortly after the initial announcement, when the CR-48 devices were being shipped, I remember being asked repeatedly “If I have an Android phone and a tablet, do I really need a cloud computer?” ... Read More »