Google’s Chrome has been a popular and innovative browser since its introduction in 2008. We finally got a taste of Chrome for Android with the beta version, which was released this February. In an interview with CNET, Sundar Pichai, the head of Chrome and Google’s Senior VP, spoke on the future of Chrome for Android.
I'm trying to make an android app using Jain SIP. I already read the basic tutorial for SIP and now I'm looking for a tutorial how to implement jain sip in android. I search but I didn't saw anything how to implement it on android.
in my application i want implement the android localization functionality.I have a database it fills with full of strings in two different languages. how can i implement the android localization with the database.Please provide your suggestions and possibles if there any good examples or tutorials.
I don't know what the excuse is for the state of chrome for android. The beta and the new stable version have absolutely atrocious font rendering and are extremely laggy. I already though chrome for android was a mess and that the stock browser should never have been removed as the default for new devices but this is just ridiculous.
Google has just released the new version of its popular web browser. Welcome to Google Chrome 5.0.375.3. In this new version, Google include many fixes and new capabilities. Now, flash support is activated by default.
Does Chrome for Android currently sync passwords to Desktop Chrome through your Google Account? I found the issue at https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=113164, but last they say you need Chrome Beta for it.
I'm asking because I added a few new passwords from Desktop Chrome, and they still are not synced to Android Chrome, so I started to doubt if sync works.