Chrome Beta Updated, Adds Support WebRTC & More


Chrome Beta for Android received a nifty update yesterday, bringing added support for WebRTC, faster page loading times and multiple stability and performance enhancements.

The implementation of support for WebRTC is a feature welcomed by many frequent internet users, enabling “real-time communications” via simple Javascript APIs, as well as HTML5 directly through the mobile web.

The full changelog can be seen below:

  • Support for WebRTC, a web platform feature to enable real-time voice and video communications
  • Faster page loads
  • Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance

Prior to this update, page loads were fairly snappy, much better than the stock Android browser, but the upgrade brings page loading speeds that are truly mind-boggling for a mobile browser; within the first 12 hours of using this upgrade, I have not noticed any lag whatsoever when loading a webpage.

You can download the latest version of the beta from Google Play now, by clicking the source link below.