Chrome beta for Android is getting a new update courtesy of Google. The update features a new and easier sign in system that’s much like the desktop version of Chrome. You can now use your Google account to sign in, and it’ll sync everything from bookmarks to history. There is also a multi account selector ... Read More »
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What is quite possibly the most important app on your phone is seeing a major update today. Chrome for Android has just reached version number 36, and along with it comes a handful of new features, improvements and security fixes.
Many of you who use Google Chrome beta on your computers have had access to this feature for a while, but it has just now come to the stable version of Google Chrome. Instead of searching by hitting a mic button and speaking, Chrome now listens for the “OK Google” command, much like Google Now on ... Read More »
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Want to stay at the very forefront of web-browsing technology? Don’t mind a few hiccups along the way? Google’s got your back. Just announced on the Chrome blog, Google has released an official Chrome for Android beta channel into the Play store, compatible with all Android 4.0+ devices.
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If your device was recently updated to Android 4.0 and you haven’t installed the Chrome Beta browser, now is a good time to check it out. Today Google updated Chrome Beta for Android with a bunch of requested features and made it available in 31 additional languages.
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We have been begging and pleading for Android to get the Chrome browser for years. And now that we have a Beta version available for Android 4.0 devices, the world seems a bit more at peace. Many of you may currently be enjoying this to its full potential, but as usual, Google is not stopping ... Read More »