Chrome 30 Beta For Android Brings WebGL And New Swipe Gestures To Mobile

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Chrome 30 Beta For Android Brings WebGL And New Swipe Gestures To Mobile

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Google launched the latest beta of Chrome for desktop and Android. This release marks the first time Chrome for Android supports WebGL by default. While previous versions of the beta for Android already made WebGL, the standard for rendering interactive 3D and 2D graphics in the browser, available behind a flag, it's now enabled by default on all mobile devices that feature a relatively high-end GPU, including those found in the Nexus 4 phone and Nexus 7 tablet. According to new reports, a software update is rolling out to the new Nexus 7 that should fix the multitouch problems. For all of the praise for the new Nexus 7, it is not above the occasional glitch. Some early adopters of the next-gen tablet found problems with pinching to zoom or using two fingers.

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