Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 26.0.1410.49. This release contains a few new fixes including:
  • 177258 - Video Controls disappear for small screen embedded videos
  • 222711: Poor scrolling performance in boingboing.net
  • 189938 - 'BEST OF YOUTUBE' videos text for all categories chopped off
  • Fixes for top crashes
Key known issue:
  • 179250 - Black screen on load on Huawei tablets
A partial list of changes in this build is available in the SVN revision log. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. More information about Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

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6 Comments:

Blogger Sterling said...

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8:05 PM, March 27, 2013  
Blogger Sterling said...

Can you please add an option to always request the desktop version of sites, specially on Wi-Fi only tablets like the Nexus 10.

I don't know if it's sites or Chrome but even after I manually request the desktop version of some sites, like dlisted.com, when I go back to that site it loads the mobile version.

(Also, please do something about the spam that's starting to appear on this blog's comments.)

8:07 PM, March 27, 2013  
Blogger Matt said...

Any progress on this one? https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=161695

8:45 PM, March 27, 2013  
Blogger P. Nikolov said...

HEY, STOP THE "WIDE VIEWPORT" FOR TABLET !!!

WE WISH PC VIEW !!

UN INSTAL !!!

The Mozilla Firefox for Android via add-on "Desktop Mode" offers :

A) STOP "Viewport" - disable the 980 pixels viewport. On a 160 dpi tablet, the resultant web page will be exactly like using the desktop version of Firefox. No more blurry lines.

B)Request Desktop Site by default

Yeaaa MOZILLA FIREFOX ! WITH FLASH!

10:30 AM, March 28, 2013  
Blogger Вадим Митропольский said...

Developers,can you add extensions to Chrome Beta on Android?

4:16 AM, April 02, 2013  
Blogger coth said...

It lags and swaps as hell, but you want more functionality. They should first bring it to proper performance level.

7:49 AM, April 03, 2013  

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