Posts Tagged ‘Chrome for Android’
Chrome for Android has just received what seems like a very insignificant update, but it will be heaven-sent for some of you.
Google has been testing data compression on Chrome Beta for Android, but today is your lucky day if you don’t like using beta products. These features are now out for everyone!
Chrome 32 is getting rid of the double-tap-to-zoom function, but making touch response 300 ms faster! Click through to see a comparison!
Take a tour through Middle Earth with interactive features and touch controls. Chrome makes it possible to unite all devices and make a smartphone as feature-rich as a computer. Find out how!
Chrome Beta 31 for Android gives us a couple awesome features. One of them comes with no good reputation thanks to its desktop equivalent, though. Is it as bad?
Ever wanted to learn more information about specific images? Now you can search by image with Chrome! Learn about this and other features here….
Chrome for Android stable release just received its update to version 28. It comes with the same improvement we have learned to love from Chrome Beta, and more!
Regardless of how big your phone is, it is most likely not big enough for web browsing comfortably. Smartphone screen real estate is precious, so come see how Google is improving its mobile browser!
A huge reason why it can be annoying to use the mobile browser is how much harder it can be to operate in a smaller screen. This becomes a larger problem when one needs to fill out forms, which involves selecting different boxes and alternatively typing in a small keyboard. …
Chrome for Android and iOS were recently updated to version 25. This came with improved performance and some extra background improvements, but iOS users are seeing a bit more than that. In fact, iPhone and iPad users are getting some pretty awesome features. Further improving the flow of Google’s popular …