Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 32.0.1700.58 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:
  • 315176: [M32] Svelte - Not loading any url on particular scenario
  • 317963: [WebApps] WebappActivity tab priority is incorrect
  • 323107: Chrome crashes when tapped on Bookmarks Navigator in incognito mode for Tablet and Mobile devices
Known issues:
  • 327773: [M32][CNN] Chrome crashes while playing videos
  • 327767: [M32] Droid RAZR M - Lot of graphical corruption in tab-switcher
  • 327760: [S2-IML74K] Chrome crashes when trying to play youtube video
  • 319983: Lot of background when scrolling up and down on pages
  • 308787: Prerendered pages have no title in most visited list
  • 318601: Vertical & horizontal line flickers in n-ntp page when we side swipe (in tab switcher mode)
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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Blogger Johan C. said...

is it possible that a bookmark that is created on ahome page that is then opened as a chrome app directly in its own isntance, that those bookmarks can also be used as links in other "launcher" apps?

I am a heavy user of SwipePad (and KeyPad S) and i can't seem to use there shortcut feature to go directly to such a bookmark. Or KeyPad S will also not find such a link when searching for that name.

This way i always really have to go to the homepage and scroll to the right one and then startup the chrome bookmark app.

2:31 AM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger Kaj Maney said...

Please can we have a bookmark widget. I do not want to have the stable version installed just to have the bookmark widget.

Thanks

2:52 AM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger Johan Pantzar said...

I've tried lots of browswers now and have some ideas.
I miss a reader function, maybe a plug in function?
And i miss a screen cut function.
Maybe a flash player would be nice til flash totaly dissappear on the web.

Thanks :)

12:39 PM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger coth said...

I wonder why Google de facto discontinued Chrome on Android? Just little changes time to time. It's been almost two years since it was "released" for Android, but it's still unusable due to mass lags and bugs. Why Google made it perfect for iOS, but nothing for own Android?

Is it like Google openly saying – go buy iPad, if you want good tablet for inet?

2:05 AM, December 13, 2013  
Blogger Patrik said...

Version 27 was perfect except for some bugs, now it's just a navigational junk yard!

Changing tabs is a mess! In v27 all you had to do was swipe left or right at the edge. Now you have to first swipe up to bring up the tab-bar then you have to move your hand all the way up to it! Try this a couple times with a 10" tablet!

ADD a setting to keep thw tab/adress-bar visible at all times and a setting to enable left/right edge swipes!!!

1:32 PM, December 21, 2013  

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