Google updates Chrome Beta for Android, now available in India


Google has released a minor bug-fixing update for Chrome Beta in Android Market. This update also brings the Android Beam support to beam URLs from Chrome to other devices.

Google has also increased the support for 20 more countries including India. So, Android 4.0+ device users in 32 odd countries can now officially download Chrome Beta for Android.

Full Change-log:

  • Changes included in Chrome 16.0.912.77 (Full list here)
  • Android Beam support – now beam URLs from Chrome to other devices with NFC.
  • Support for additional countries
  • Compatibility checks to ensure system prerequisites for Chrome are met
  • Essential bug fixes

Check out the list of supported countries here.


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2 thoughts on “Google updates Chrome Beta for Android, now available in India

    Archit

    (February 26, 2012 - 4:04 am)

    This is really weird. They are pushing ICS apps to India while we still wait for ICS to come to our devices.

    I just hope Samsung push the ICS update for the Galaxy S II as soon as it is first released in the UK.

      pawan nimje

      (February 26, 2012 - 10:26 am)

      may be they are pushing ICS apps for nexus s 😛

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