“After a lot of hard work, I’m really excited to see us launch Chrome for Android Beta today,” said Sundar Pichai, Google SVP of Chrome and Apps, in a Google+ post. “We set out to bring the full capability of desktop Chrome to Android and rethink the browser from the ground up for phones and tablets with a touch interface.” Chrome for Android Beta is now available for free through Google’s Android Market. It requires phones and tablets to be running Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. Like the desktop version, Chrome for Android Beta is focused on speed and simplicity, but it also features seamless sign-in and sync so you can take your personalized web browsing experience with you wherever you go, across devices. Well, you may also have some questions about Chrome for Android. Here I listed some FQA for you to know more details on Chrome for Android.
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Is Chrome for Android Beta open sourced?
Due to the ICS schedule, deriving from Chromium, Google currently has not started the project of open source for Chrome for Android. As more functions to be inserted in the future, Google would make Chrome for Android open source in steps.
Will Chrome for Android upgrades synchronously to the Chrome browser?
Yet not. Google is currently considering how to branch Chrome, which means that in the future there might be Chrome for Android Stable, Chrome for Android Dev, or even things like Chrome for Android Canary.
Will Chrome for Android update automatically?
Yes. Set automatically update in Android Market.
What is the difference between Chrome for Android and Android browser?
Chrome for Android provides faster, safer and more stable browsing experience just like your PC Chrome browser. It also supports more HTML 5 techniques.
Does Chrome for Android support expanding and web application?
Currently no. The Chrome Web Store is also not supported. Google has no plan for this yet.
Which Flash version does Chrome for Android support?
The Chrome for Android doesn’t support Flash for Adobe has claimed to stop developing portable Flash products. Google will adopt HTML5 for more powerful networking and cooperate with Adobe for the future network standard.
How to hide Omnibar address bar?
Currently the Omnibar address bar couldn’t be hidden. Google would monitor customers’ hobbit to decide how to handle Omnibox.
What’s the similarity between Chrome for Android and PC Chrome?
Both of them are based on the same source code, while Chrome for Android would take advantage of PC Chrome browser.
Does Chrome for Android support Canvas hardware accelerating, WebGL and Native Client?
Chrome for Android currently supports only Canvas hardware accelerating, not WebGL and Native Client.
What User Agent does Chrome for Android adopt?
Google adds CrMo to recognize mobile Chrome: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android-4.0.3; en-us; Galaxy Nexus Build/IML74K) AppleWebKit/535.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) CrMo/16.0.912.75 Mobile Safari/535.7 on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 Galaxy Nexus, and Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android-4.0.3; en-us; Xoom Build/IML77) AppleWebKit/535.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) CrMo/16.0.912.75 Safari/535.7 on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 Xoom tablets.
Will Google continue to improve the default browser of Android?
Both Chrome for Android and the default Android browser derive from Chromium. Google would keep evaluating them to adjust the developing process.
Does Chrome for Android also adopt SandBox technology?
Currently the single tag page has no sand box, and supports no Safe Browsing.
Is it true that Chrome for Android operates only on 4.0 OS?
From: Leawo Blog