Mar 16, 2012

Chrome will be the default browser on Android

Google Chrome on Android makes a really good impression - and this can certainly confirm that already have the good fortune to the supposed device with Android Ice Cream Sandwich to be allowed to call their own. On the Droidcon 2012 in Berlin said Google developer Mike West, that Chrome will eventually replace the default browser, because Chrome is faster and also offers more features.
But until that happens, yet some will flow to water down the Rhine, which I'm sure.First of all, Chrome is to be "stabilized" and will be extended to several languages.Moreover, even lacking the support for WebGL and free audio codecs. What is to come: storing pages for offline access. That what is currently running on the android is now a fork of Chrome 16, the fun will soon be able to run again on a train. But - at times as our pastor daughters - we knew anyway, that this will happen, right? ( via ,via )


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