Apr, 24 2012

Chrome for Android could shed its beta tag “in a matter of weeks,” said Sunday Pichai shortly after the release of the app’s latest update. Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome and Apps, addressed the apps status in an interview with CNET, saying the major focus is on providing a stable, bug-free experience for users, a task his team at Google is currently tackling.

Chrome for Android first appeared on what was then called the Android Market back in February, and this week’s update, which brought desktop view functionality and homescreen bookmarks, is considered the second beta iteration of the browser. The timing means we could see a “stable” release of Chrome for Android just in time for Google I/O.

[via AndroidGuys]

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