Following on from the launch of the Nexus 7 Launch, the news that it will be the first device to launch with Android 4.1 Jellybean and Chrome will be it’s default browser. I’m sure it comes as little surprise to most people that Chrome is exiting Beta and the first mainstream launch is now available in the Play Store for those running Android 4.0 and up.

Although the Day 1 Keynote will certainly take something special to top, there’s sure to be some fantastic information coming out of the next 2 days worth of sessions.

Source: Play Store.
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    zman5743
    zman5743
    8 years ago

    If jellybean doesn’t support flash what do you do? Most websites have flash on them.

    Matt
    Matt
    Reply to  zman5743
    8 years ago

    What do iPhone users do?

    Sleight
    Sleight
    Reply to  Matt
    8 years ago

    Flash is on the way out, most web sites have a non flash loading page. Won’t be long until there will be no flash. Don’t have a % but I’m sure flash sites would be in the lower end.

    Matt
    Matt
    Reply to  Sleight
    8 years ago

    Yeah that was pretty much my point. The only problem I find is browser performance whether mobile or desktop when dealing with HTML5 video which is what we’re most worried about here. It’ll get there though..

    Chris
    Chris
    8 years ago

    Tried to install it on my GTab 7.7 HC, says it is not supported…

    Lee
    Lee
    Reply to  Chris
    8 years ago

    Does it run ICS? Chrome browser is only compatible with ICS running devices.

    Chris
    Chris
    Reply to  Lee
    8 years ago

    No it does not and here Android fails dismally. Back to the drawingboard google.