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Chrome for Android updated with x86 device support

Intel is slowly making their appearance in the smartphone arena, their most noticeable entrant being the Motorola RAZR i that was announced last week. Previously, Chrome for Android did not support Intel's x86 Medfield platform and a new update brings this compatibility.

The Google Chrome release article did not mention any other changes. Because of this those people without an Intel powered phone won't see this update in the Play Store.

Chrome is now the default browser on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and this update should go a long way to meeting any remaining application incompatibility issues.

You can find Chrome for Android on the Play Store if you have a device running Android 4.0 or later.

KitGuru says: Now all we need is full-screen support from our preferred Android browser.

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  1. I like the new feature “You may also like -“, think that is a good addition 😉