Google today released a beta version of Chrome for Android. This beta version is very close to its desktop counterpart, and supports latest features and standards.
Ericsson Labs today released its ambitious mobile browser, Bowser, which is world’s first WebRTC enabled mobile browser. Bowser is available on Android and iOS platforms for free.
MoboTap has renamed its popular Android browser Dolphin Browser HD to Dolphin Browser. The company has decided to drop the redundant word “HD”, possibly to clear the confusion among the users.
Firefox for Android will finally support ARMv6-based devices starting with the version number 16, which is scheduled to release in October.
Chrome for Android is now out of beta. The first stable version of Chrome on Android can be installed on supported devices (ARMv7 + ICS) from Google Play.
A good news for the users of Dolphin HD browser: MoboTap has released Dolphin HD 8.1 for the Android platform with several design changes.
Google today released an update for Chrome for Android which brings support for 31 new languages and various much-requested features.
Good news for Opera Mini users on Android platform: finally, Opera Mini has updated to the version number 7 and this newer version is available for download from the Android Market and other sources including m.opera.com.
We have already reported about the Mozilla’s decision to work on Firefox for ARMv6-based Android devices. As ARMv6-based Android handsets are currently very popular, Firefox mobile team sees lots of potential in this platform. Recently, Mozilla developers released a preview build for testing purpose. Here is a short video showing up Firefox on Samsung Galaxy [...]
Android’s default browser has become world’s top web browser on mobile platform. It has replaced the Opera Mini which was ruling the mobile web for long. According to the usage share estimated by StatCounter.com, Android’s stock browser has now over 22.67% market share, where Opera’s market share is around 21.7% (February 2012 data).