|Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||JackyH||6/27/12 1:05 PM|
Good Afternoon my dear Chromies! I have some exciting news from the floor of I/O 12! WOOO!
We’ve just announced the release of the Stable version of Chrome for Android, which brings many of the things you’ve come to love about Chrome to phones or tablets running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, or later. Like the desktop version, Chrome for Android is focused on speed and simplicity, but it also features seamless sign-in and sync so you can take your personalized web browsing experience with you wherever you go, across devices.
Chrome for Android is available in all of the languages and countries supported by Google Play and will be the system browser on some Android 4.1 Jelly Bean devices, including the Nexus 7.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||Douglas Tavolaro||6/27/12 5:32 PM|
Thanks for the information.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||A Headley||6/27/12 7:52 PM|
Still my fulltime browser, I think I use Device tabs everyday.
Still noticing cursor issues though. Normally when I'm filling a form and tap somewhere in the text to place the cursor the blue marker shows up but sometimes disappears before you I can use the handel. This makes it very hard to move the cursor somewhere specific in the.
Just disabled Swiftkey and that seems to be causing the issue. with the stock or lastpass keyboards everything works as expected.
+1 for lastpass integration :)
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|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||Anvil007||7/5/12 7:12 PM|
Absolutely love Chrome for Android ---when it works. It is by far the best browser on smartphone/tablet, however it seems to be let down by instability even for current version. On my phone (stock Samsung galaxy s2 on ICS 4.0.3), it often freeze when I lock the screen when browsing then unlock the screen – and this not only freeze chrome but the whole OS, the only way out is to restart the phone. Also today all in a sudden I can’t use bookmark at all, the whole bookmarkt UI just blank. Anyhow, still a great browser, just waiting for it to get more stable!
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||roy.dragseth||7/6/12 12:46 PM|
Looks good and not any significant usage issues after having it for a week. But, it takes up 70 MB of my internal storage and my Xperia Active only have a measly 420 MB available, so all my app updates get blocked due to insufficient storage after installing chrome. Even the browser cache seems to be stored on internal flash. Please make it possible to move the whole Chrome app to sd. Would love to continue using it, but have to delete it for now.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||elarry||7/10/12 7:51 AM|
Hi there, I love Chrome on PC so much that I'd like to have it on my Android phone. However, why does it only embraces users with Android 4.0 or higher? Is there any plan of making it available for my Motorola Defy on Android 2.2? Thanks!
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||Charlock||7/12/12 1:12 PM|
At one point, the mobile Chrome app was available for HTC Evo 4G. Now, with this latest version, it appears that it is no longer compatible.
It would be nice to know if there are any plans to return compatibility with this device, as I much prefer Chrome to the standard, Android browser.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||LKaHall^^||7/14/12 5:58 PM|
I have same
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||CR_Gmail||7/17/12 12:58 AM|
I tried installing Chrome on Android mobile. It says ur device is not supported.
I am using Android 2.3.4 version.
As yet my mobile provider has not given Android 4.0 upgrade for my device.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||legin123||8/5/12 2:53 PM|
Put Chrome on my android yesterday and took it of today(tablet version) as it went awry. let it sync with other apps , with passwords and so on, but then lost browser connections with other like my broad band provider. Also it seemed to slow up the 8gig android. Could be my fault but tablet is now stable without chrome . Sorry Google
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||legin123||8/5/12 2:54 PM|
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||pgj99||8/6/12 10:00 AM|
Its still crashing constantly on my Galaxy SII also.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||Krumphfenbach||8/19/12 12:44 PM|
stable and stable.. you mean unstable?... right?
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||joeto.97||8/23/12 9:12 AM|
It isn't stable on my tablet. Pages never load, its laggy, and eventually crashes. Why rush it out of beta? It was not worth it.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||vanloque||9/16/12 9:37 AM|
Same here on Defy+ With Quarx CM10. Pages don't load, it ForceCloses, sync isn't working. :(
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||OffColour||9/19/12 11:38 AM|
Cuou on Backsneed r with Custom keyboards desperately Needs fixing.
That should havr said cursor behaviour but I can't put up with the pain of trying to delete it.
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||jason graceffa||9/21/12 1:47 PM|
|Re: Chrome for Android, Now on Stable||jason graceffa||9/21/12 1:48 PM|
|see you||jason graceffa||9/21/12 1:49 PM|
|thanks||jason graceffa||9/21/12 1:52 PM|
ok, thank you
On Wednesday, June 27,android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, or later. Like the desktop version, Chrome for Android is focused on speed and simplicity, but it also features seamless sign-in and sync so you can take your personalized web browsing experience with you wherever you go, across devices.