Now that Intel’s mobile processing chips are showing up in Android devices, like the upcoming Motorola RAZR i, Google has updated their Chrome for Android web browser to supports x86 devices.
Seeing how Motorola is now owned by Google, it makes sense that because they are they first OEM to use Intel’s new chip, that Google would update their browser to make sure their own handset would be compatible.
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.
Chrome 18.0.1026311 is now available for download on Google Play and from the Google Play Store on your Intel x86 based mobile device. Known issues are available on the Chrome support site. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. More information on Chrome for Android is available on the Chrome site.