Google Chrome Beta for Android Hands-on [Video]


Google surprisingly released Chrome Beta for Android this past Tuesday. Our excitement immediately began oozing through our pores as most of you who hung out with us on Google+ saw. We understand some of you haven’t had the chance to use it, though, as it’s Android 4.0 only and a lot of folks just don’t have that version of Android yet.

Check out our hands-on look at the beta as we show you guys the tab integration with the desktop version, Chrome’s unique tab control on phones and more. We look at the app on both the Galaxy Nexus and the ASUS Transformer Prime so grab a seat and hit the play button on the video above. If you have a phone or tablet with Android 4.0, download it here.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. you know damn well why people would use incognito – porn. 

    1. I have no problem with Google knowing i like ebonies.

  2. no flash? no thanks…

    1. Gimme a reason why you’d die for flash on a mobile browser?


      1. Because you can play videos in the browser.  I can play amazon prime videos on my phone through browser.

        1. there’s no point in debating the fan boys. google can do no wrong so you are fighting an uphill battle.

    2. id like to see how you feel when flash becomes a thing of the past. its a move that needs to be done as the makers of mobile flash themselves arent putting anything more into it…so ugh…move on.

      1. Whats next you DOLT is that you actually say something relevant to a conversation you continually butt into..

      2. Come in buddy!! Youhad to go there!! but I want to be cool george e

  3. Beautiful place mats! 

  4. Quentyn

  5. Stock Android browser also has incognito mode btw.

  6. Thanks for contributing to the discussion.

  7. I love the keyboard prediction.

  8. I agree no flash no thanks. I don’t care what the future is, right now flash is a major part of the internet and I want a true desktop experience on my tablet. Hopefully Opera will continue to support it as that will be my default. Google sounds exactly like apple now, this is what you need whether you like it or not. Next they’ll limit our hardware choices to Motorola or nothing.

    1. Its not Google genius! It’s Adobe that will not be supporting flash mobile!

  9. I didn’t read all of the posts, but don’t you think that he should be in an lighting environment that won’t show up on the glossy display?

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