Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Chrome for Android Beta Update

Chrome for Android Beta has been updated to 0.16.4301.233 (Chrome 16.0.912.77). Primarily focused on bug fixes, this update addresses issues in the compatibility check which prevented Chrome from starting up on some versions of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.

Known issues:

  • 112923 : No way to toggle between mobile/desktop UA
  • 113140 : Youtube links do not prompt for which application to use
  • 113132 : Chrome for Android beta doesn't support configured proxy in wi-fi settings
  • Other notable issues listed here

If you find a new issue, please let us know by
filing a bug.  More information on Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.

Srikanth Rajagopalan
Google Chrome

14 comments:

Noir Studios said...
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Daniel Nagy said...

Nice, thanks! Keep up the good work!

Unknown said...

I'm glad to hear the YouTube app should open the videos now. It's way better than watching videos in the browser

Taylor Hunt said...

Thank you for your speedy updates and informative changelog. I can't wait to see what is to come with Chrome.

alex2k5 said...
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rlshosting said...

You should make a lite version for older android operating systems.

Best Business Brands said...

The speed and simplicity of Chrome, now on your Android phone and tablet.

d0x said...

I just wish adobe would update so it works in chrome...then I'd just use chrome.

night_sign said...

Portugal Please!!

molumen said...

A version supporting MIPS-based processors (like the XBurst CPU in the very popular Ainol tablets) would be great. MIPS-based devices running ICS are being sold everyday by the thousands, and it's a growing user base that IMO Google shouldn't disregard. :)

Pepijn ten Berge said...

Good browser but I don't like the fact they are not using native ui elements. Everything is custom. I believe this is not a good thing for Android.

Ratnok said...

Needs Flash.
Until HTML5 is ubiquitous, it still needs Flash.

Ratnok said...

It needs Flash. Until HTML5 is ubiquitous, it still needs Flash.

James Mason said...

Really nice browser. I can't wait for updates with more features that make the integration with desktop chrome more seamless.

Please add chrome://flags, so that we have a way to enable experimental features, like password sync.