Thursday, January 23, 2014

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 33.0.1750.48 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:
  • 331849: Make Data Reduction Proxy available to 100% of users on first run
  • 332961: Preload can cause registered touch handlers to be disabled
  • 328761: Black flashes on Verizon Galaxy S4
  • 290583: Support Color Emoji
Known issues:
  • 331862: Pages flicker on changing tabs
  • 324415: [Landscape mode] Graphical corruption is observed at the time of keyboard pop up & dismiss
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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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello...as an owner of the 6.4" Sony Ultra, and the rest of the household w/Samsung Notes....we (logically) appreciate desktop Web views.
We are really hoping that Chrome browser developers will look at the notion of a setting option enabling, instead of mobile Web default with option to switch to desktop, a desktop default with option to switch to mobile.
It's become a large screen mobile phone world.
Please consider accommodating.
Thanks
Tim

7:02 PM, January 23, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really mean the option to set up EITHER default.

7:15 PM, January 23, 2014  
Blogger Beansoft said...

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7:25 PM, January 23, 2014  
Blogger mark cirignano said...

Hello, plz could you make a setting to have desktop agent as always instead of always check desktop in settings. It's a pain ! Thank you.

11:44 PM, January 23, 2014  
Blogger Gladis Magdalena said...

i like this chrome browser very fast to me Nice chrome

1:50 PM, January 24, 2014  
Blogger Will said...

Why isn't Chrome 32 out on iOS yet? Was announced for release a week ago.

2:43 PM, January 24, 2014  
Blogger Art Carter said...

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6:43 PM, January 24, 2014  
Blogger Art Carter said...

You guys still haven't fixed the bug that's breaking “Ok Google”-voice prompt. I unistalled the App and the problem was solved but when I reinstalled the App the “Ok Google" voice prompt works sporadically. I thought you guys would address this with this update. Written from my Nexus 5.

6:46 PM, January 24, 2014  
Blogger shotokankarate said...

Can we have edge scrolling back instead of having to reach the address bar? It is very inconvenient now. I have a Nexus 5 and a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and I miss edge scrolling a lot. Thank you.

10:02 PM, January 24, 2014  
Blogger Abdelaziz MCHICHI said...

Hello,
Good job in first !
Another feature to allow url shortcut widgets is welcome !
Thank you

4:19 AM, January 28, 2014  
Blogger Cybercreeper said...

So... I came home from school after a longs days work of working. I come back to check my phone and to my surprise, all of my open tabs were gone! I had well over 60 tabs open with content in them and now I lost them. Is there any way I can restore my lost tabs? Like, checking the chrome settings or configuring the folder? Also, I dont know what happened but I had two tabs remaining. Is this a bug? If so, then please fix it?

~ Using Chrome Beta For Android on the Galaxy S III 1747 ANDROID VER 4.1.2

2:49 PM, January 29, 2014  
Blogger Prince said...

There have been about two updates since the one that broke "OK Google" hotword search.... Any eta on when that will be back? You can't get us hooked on that and then break it lol Jk... But really looking forward to a fix

2:51 PM, February 01, 2014  

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