Chrome for Android leaves beta phase

Google chrome for Android has now left its beta phase and is now currently available for all current Android 4.0 (Ice-cream Sandwich) devices. Chrome was assumed to be out of beta when it was showcased on Android 4.1 (Jelly bean) at Google's I/O conference, but a blogpost from Google confirms the assumption. The company promises that the application's new update focuses on improving stability and incorporates performance fixes, as well as some "minor UI adjustments, especially for tablets." 

We believe the new version of Chrome will replace the default Android browser in its Jelly bean update and also in later revisions of the Android platform.

The application is now available from the Google Play store.

Source: Google

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