Google has discreetly issued an update for the beta version of Chrome on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Notably, this update now makes Chrome officially available in India via the Android Market. While, the update itself is not a major release, it does offer better page load times, better rending of fonts thanks to full Typekit support, and better overall stability. Previously Chrome for Android was released to much fanfare, though its adoption rate has not been substantial in due part because of its restricted compatibility with previous versions of Android. Hopefully, this should change post MWC as a number of Android 4.0 devices are expected to be released. Also Read - Twitter Blue FAQs: What is it? How much does it cost? Is free Twitter going away?
Google has also said once Chrome is out of beta, it will be integrated inside Android as its default web browser, replacing the current one. Google also intends to bring features like a full screen mode and proper support for full desktop versions of websites at a later date, however support for Adobe Flash will be missing.