Chrome Likely to Find its Way to Android Phones
This comes at no surprise to us, but Google co-founder Sergey Brin spoke at Chrome’s launch event about a mobile version of Chrome for Android “Probably a subsequent version of Android is going to pick up a lot of the Chrome stack.” Sounds good to us considering how good and cloudy the browser is looking in it’s beta stage on the desktop.
The name of the Android version according to Brin will be “Chrome-like or something similar” I’m betting on Chrome Mobile or something similar.Â How about a whack name such as Little Chromy?Â As I look into my crystal ball, I’m seeing a version for Windows Mobile, Symbian, but not the iPhone – due to all those restrictions set out by Apple.Â That would be too bad iPhone fanboys.Â Y’all ain’t gonna ride the Chrome train unless you guys and gals throw away restrictive things (like your iPhone) and cross over to the land of open-source.
It appears Google is slowly taking over.Â If they could, they’d probably rename our planet “Google Earth.”
We AndroidGuys will be posting any major updates and announcements about Chrome for those of you interested.Â So get cozied up next to our feed!
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