This statement came in a recent interview of Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome. Google had only recently made available a Chrome for Android update that allows you to view the desktop version of any Web page and even add bookmarks to the Chrome’s home page.
Pichai added that the search giant has addressed certain issues and launched BETA 2. The main aim here is to make the software stable.
Google had first released the Chrome for Android beta in February this year.
Although the browser has been pretty well appreciated, the downside is that it is only supported on Android devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Despite Google releasing the source code for ICS in November last year, smartphones running ICS continue to be relatively difficult to find in the market.