Remember this post? Chrome for Android Won’t Work on Motorola RAZR i For Now Well, that has changed.
The team has pushed an update to Chrome for Android. This brings support for devices that use Intel chips, x86 to be specific.
The Chrome team is happy to announce the availability of Chrome for Android on Intel x86 devices, which means that if you have an Android device based on x86, you’ll now be able to experience the speed, security, and simplicity of Chrome.
Android devices on Intel x86 include the Lenovo K800, the Orange San Diego, the ZTE Grand X IN, and the Motorola’s Razr i. Only the last two in that list runs Android 4.X, to get Chrome on them. So, for now, this update is going to be users with these two models. But I am sure Intel is hard at work trying to push Intel chip based smartphones and tablets running Android. This is a happy news for them for sure.
Now lets just wait for the announcement from Google, making Chrome the default browser for Android. Or will they? Hmm may be Chrome on official Android releases and Chromium for Android Open Source Project?
What do you think?