Thursday, November 1, 2012

Chrome for Android Update

The stable channel of Chrome for Android has been updated to 18.0.1025464 for ARM devices and to 18.0.1026320 for x86 devices. The new update includes important stability fixes and support for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10.  Both updates are now available for download on Google Play and in the Google Play Store on your mobile devices. Known issues are available on the Chrome support site.

If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.  More information on Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.

Vinod Ramachandran
Google Chrome

11 comments:

Andrew Rabon said...

Sweet, only four versions behind now!

Can't wait for v22 next July.

Aaron Sentell said...

I really wish that the Chrome team would speed up Android development. Chrome for Android is getting left in the dust.

Alexander Kuzmin said...

Still no "Always Desktop View", still no History bookmark, still too slow on my Prime...

Iñaki Rodríguez Carasa said...

We need a full screen mode, the tabs take so much place

Fredrik Duprez said...

Fullscreen for video still not working. Four versions behind trunk.

Tom Jones said...

Are there quick controls in this version? Or do we have to wait a couple more years?

Lucian Armasu said...

Four versions behind? You must be kidding me. Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 will now get trashed in the browser benchmarks, even with their much more powerful hardware, because you guys don't care as much about Chrome for Android to make it as competitive as desktop Chrome.

This really pisses me off. You need to reach version/feature parity with desktop Chrome at least by next Google I/O. I don't care how you do it. Just make it happen. This is a disgrace.

Goja said...

Lame dev sucking apple iOS...

Lucian Armasu said...

And here it is from Anandtech. Just as I thought, Nexus 10 and Nexus 4 got completely trashed in Sunspider, and even some of the other tests, even though with competitive software they should've easily beaten everything out there, especially the Nexus 10. I hope you're proud of yourselves:

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph6425/51291.png

Seo said...

Good news, however, It feels like chrome for Android development is lagging behind so much.

HTML Games said...

Looking forward to when full screen functionality is implemented.