Chrome beta for Android now natively supports WebGL

Comments

  • BB10

    Will this work with BB10?

    • omar

      i dont get how this is any different than chrome that was already on play store..

  • Mark

    The BB10 browser has WebGL built in. PlayBook has already been supporting WebGL as the first tablet to support WebGL natively, and BB10 also supports it natively. Supposedly, the BB10 browser is better than Chrome, as BB10 passed the Ring 1 on RingMark, unlike Chrome.

  • NotAHater

    Ok BB10.. now try syncing your history, bookmark, and settings to your desktop browser. STFU!

  • Brad F(anboy)

    Well, this is cool. Too bad they can’t do the same thing with Chrome for iPhone, that would be awesome.

  • Acco

    It may be there. It’s slow as hell and definitely WIP. My benchmark is being able to view the Ellie Goulding Lights WebGL experiment. If it’s unplayable, then it’s not ready.

  • monsterduc1000

    Still not as good as Boat, which still supports flash, or Dolphin. The little thingslike a having a bookmark button so you don’t have to do multiple steps to see them needs to be addressed. Getting much better, but Boat is still my default.

    • S2556

      I use chrome on my desktop and I just love the way it syncs everything too much to leave

  • DeeZee

    I tried the Beta, but I went back to Boat.

  • S2556

    Full screen mode is a GO!

  • Jeremy

    Firefox for Android has had WebGL in the released version for a while. Strange that this is news in a Chrome beta.