Thursday, February 13, 2014

Chrome Beta for Android Update

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 33.0.1750.93 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:
  • 336483: wired.com loads as a blank page
  • 338933: Tapping omnibox during cold start causes overlapping icons in toolbar
  • 324259: Infobars don't appear on prerendered pages
  • 338929: Display name not calculated correctly for content uploads
  • 338670: Overlay fullscreen video player stuck at spinner
  • 329700: [M33/34] URL disappears for few seconds from the omnibox after committing
  • 341598: chrome beta SSL Error during Google search
  • 335289: Flicker when switching tabs with impl-side painting
Known issues:
  • 339065: Unable to clear search input from chrome://history
  • 337085: Heavy scroll flickering on ICS IMG devices
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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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello.
Would like to have a settings preference of either
1.Default Mobile display w/checkbook option to switch to desktop
Or
2.Default Desktop display w/checkbook option to switch to mobile.

For the millions who bought phablets and large screen devices like my Sony Ultra for desktop display web surfing, we have to constantly click the desktop box. It is tedious.
The option should be there. (flash or no flash).
Please consider this.

5:45 PM, February 13, 2014  
Blogger Pascal Mahler said...

Why back to the old bookmark layout? I liked the new one much more..

7:58 PM, February 13, 2014  
Blogger W.G. said...

Enable the NTP flag and you'll get the new bookmarks back.

2:21 AM, February 14, 2014  
Blogger Edd said...

Does it finally have s-Pen scrolling like almost every other freakin mobile browser? Why does Google hate Samsung users?

9:56 PM, February 14, 2014  
Blogger Ti Ro said...

No more fullscreen Mode for me.

11:56 PM, February 14, 2014  

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