Chrome for Android Gets Chrome Flags – Gives WebGL Without Rooting

I remember trying to open chrome://flags on Chrome for Android a couple of times hoping that I will get to activate some experimental features. And it never worked. Until today.

Chrome for Android beta has been updated with chrome://flags page. We can activate experimental features that are supported on Android version of Google Chrome.

Click the enable link to activate an experiment and then scroll down to the bottom of the list and hit Relaunch Now to restart Chrome.

When you open chrome://flags page on Android, you see the same long list of flags from Chrome OS and Chrome. The Enable link will be active only for experiments that are supported on Android.


Enable WebGL Support

The most important flag available on Chrome for Android beta is WebGL. Visit chrome://flags, enable the flag and relaunch the browser. Once enabled, you will be able to test it by visiting the WebGL test page.

What’s your favorite experiment on Chrome for Android?

via The NextWeb

In Category: Android


Dinsan made Google Chrome his default browser within hours of its release. He fell in love with Chromebooks from the day he first touched one and is currently obsessed with Chromecasts.

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