Sunday, October 13, 2013

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 31.0.1650.16 and will be available in Google Play over the next few hours. This release has a number of crash fixes as well as the following fixes:
  • 303831: [M31] 'Add to homescreen' option available for bookmarks on old NTP
  • 303848: Limit max memory for decoded images on all devices - Fixes almost all of the renderer crashes in 295895
  • 303330: NTP most visited section collapses to zero height when there are no most visited sites
  • 288344: [Android] View focus navigation with keyboard is broken
  • 302433: Most visited web pages are not updated as thumbnails in Most visited section of NTP
  • 280492: [n-ntp] A white box is observed at the top of the screen while side swipe the tool bar
Known issues:
  • 302679: [WebApps] 3rd party URL's from web app opens with glitches and blank screens
  • 304902 : Desktop site -Youtube videos are not rendered properly in full screen mode
  • 302722: [Youtube] Complete blank screen and interrupted video when tapping H/W back button when playing video
  • 298446: Application shortcuts: Choose largest icon over apple-touch-icon
  • 288502: Changed the default search engine and complete search keyword is not displayed in omnibox
  • 286260: Other devices page is displayed instead of n-ntp in tab switcher mode + opening/closing the nNTP
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...

Are you guys going to do something about how Most Visited thumbnails look in the n-NTP? Big white space to the right of it on tablets.

6:33 PM, October 13, 2013  
Blogger Unknown said...

The scrolling is better than previous version, but battery is running out very quickly. In the usage list of battery, chrome is second place behind the display.

12:51 AM, October 14, 2013  
Blogger Guilherme S. said...

still using a lot of RAM and being the worst in keep more than one page opened without reloading.

4:36 AM, October 14, 2013  
Blogger Guilherme S. said...

still using a lot of RAM and being the worst in keep more than one page opened without reloading.

4:38 AM, October 14, 2013  
Blogger Armando R said...

How to enable the n-NTP? also the "+" button for new tab is removed? I cant see it.

8:17 PM, October 14, 2013  
Blogger Michael Sinko said...

@Armando type in chrome://flags then scroll to new NTP and press enable.

4:10 PM, October 18, 2013  

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