Google Chrome will soon allow you to read certain webpages without an internet connection. How? By loading them from the cache when connection issues arise.
Consider yourself to be a clued-up user of Google Chrome for Android? So did I...until I discovered the following gestures that make using the browser a teeny tiny bit easier on equally teeny tiny screens.
Google Chrome for Android has hit version 35, bringing with it an easy way to reopen accidentally closed web pages and control in-tab video.
If Google Chrome for Android feels laggy, slow or stuttery on your smartphone or tablet try the following simple tweak to give the browser more memory.
The latest mobile browser tracking stats from Net Market Share shows a modest gain for Chrome on Android and iOS for the period of March 1 to March 31, 2014, but at the expense of the AOSP Android browser.
The latest beta build of Google Chrome for Android includes experimental support for Chromecast.
Keep an eye out for the latest update to Google Chrome for Android, rolling out to the Play Store in the next few days.
The latest stable release of Google Chrome on Android and iOS features a new feature to ‘reduce data usage’ – but how good can it really be? Google claim that, when enabled, the ‘data compression […]
Users of the Chrome Beta app for Android will no longer suffer from the 300ms delay in most mobile browsers.
Chrome Packaged Apps could be up and running on Android and iOS as early as January 2014, according to newly discovered developer documentation from Google.
A revamped 'New Tab Page' is on show in the latest beta of Chrome for Android. The new design is cleaner and more spacious, with some features now hidden.
Chrome for Android has been updated to version 28, adding support for Full Screen browsing for tablets and support for web page language translations.