Up to now, if you wanted to tinker with the software on an Android phone, you'd need tools from the Android SDK installed on PC or Mac. Thanks to a new app for Chrome OS, you can now use a Chromebook. Soon you’ll be able to use a Chromebook as an Android ADB server for phone mods originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
You can protect your privacy and cover your tracks by clearing your browsing data in Chrome for Android We've all been here: A friend asks to borrow your phone (or just steals it), and you start to sweat, fully aware of what's lurking there in your browser history. Show More Summary
AllCast has let almost any Android device send photos and videos to the Chrome desktop browser for a while, but mirroring your screen has been a pain; if you didn't have a Nexus 5, you were out of luck. That clever feature is about to get a lot more...
Chrome is quickly becoming one of the most popular web browsers in the entire world on most platforms. (And by many accounts, it already is.) When adding new features, testing functionality, or considering changing the way the browser looks and works, Google builds a completely separate version of Chrome. Show More Summary
Chrome may be made by Google, but you can choose to search with another provider if you wish Chrome, the built in browser on almost all Android devices, is Google's home-built browser for the mobile web. Google started packaging Chrome...Show More Summary
Wunderlist is a well-known to-do list app that’s available on iOS, Android, Mac, Chrome and the web, with developer 6Wunderkinder on Thursday announcing a major redesign and completely new features for the popular applications. The company...Show More Summary
We take a look at one of the first apps to get the new Android L look.
Google has a hit on its hands with Material Design in my opinion, which is why it’s great to see it already making its way into some products ahead of Android L’s general consumer launch. Today, Google updated the Chrome Beta for Android...Show More Summary
Google updated its Chrome Beta for Android app today with Material Design elements and “simplified sign-in,” which gives users the ability to have their log-in credentials submitted for Gmail, Maps, Search and other Google websites automatically. Show More Summary
Today, Google rolled out an update for both Chrome on Android that includes simplified sign-in. If you have multiple Google accounts, you can easily switch between them just like on the desktop. Read more here. Read more...
Google today delivered a new beta version of its Chrome browser to the Android platform. The chief new feature of the updated app is broader support for Google account sign-in. According to Google, users who sign into the Chrome browser on their Android device will automatically be signed into all their other Google services, as well. Show More Summary
Google has released the beta version of Chrome 37 for Android, which has some Material Design updates and more.
Material Design is Google's attempt to unify design across its products. We've seen the first of it with Android L, but it won't be too long before it shows up in other products. A screenshot for an upcoming experiment of Chromium OS, called Athena, shows what it might look like with a touch of Material Design.
All of Google’s properties will eventually bear a look inspired by ‘Material Design‘ and Android L, and Chrome OS is part of that sweeping visual overhaul, too. A new preview posted by Google “Happiness Evangelist” François Beaufort today (via 9to5Google) shows a very early design inspired by the card-style multitasking view that made an appearance in Android L,… Read More
Google released this week the latest version of its Chrome web browser — Chrome 36 — for Mac, Windows, Linux and Android. The new update comes with a collection of bug fixes and feature improvements. In addition to routine security repairs, the desktop version has a different Incognito icon. Show More Summary
I still remember when Flash support was an important selling point for Android. While you can install Flash and use it even in Android KitKat, Adobe no longer updates it and Chrome doesn't support it.Now Google decided to show warnings next to search results that use a lot of Flash content, but only for iOS and Android 4.1+ devices. Show More Summary
Chrome for Android will be updated to version 36 (36.0.1985.122) in the coming days. This release if notable for improving text rendering and more.
Android: Chrome and Android may go together like a raccoon and a talking tree, but this Chrome OS design for Android home screens might bring the relationship to the next level. Read more...