The Android operating system ships with a built-in browser. For an app that comes bundled with the OS, it actually works quite well. Giving relatively zippy performance and sometimes even working better than other â€œnameâ€ browsers that enter the Android environment. But with Android now firmly planting its feet on the tablet segment of the market, the built-in browser is not keeping up, with a number of glitches being experienced by users. Itâ€™s been a big question why Google doesnâ€™t port a version of its own Google Chrome browser into Android, which it also developed.
But finally, Google is doing something about it. Reports are coming in that Google will be introducing the first build of its Chrome browser for the Android operating system this month â€“ possibly alongside the release of the newest Android version, Ice Cream Sandwich. [Read more…]
Originally posted on October 4, 2011 @ 1:03 pm