Chrome beta for Android now natively supports WebGL

Chrome beta for Android has been updated, yet again, to enable the popular chrome://flags submenu. The popular toggle has been a hotbed of experimental features and sneak peek dreams for years on the desktop, and now Android users can have a taste.

Only a few toggles actually work on the Android version, but chief among them is the ability to enable WebGL natively. This JavaScript API allows for high-quality 3D renderings within a browser window, and has been shown to facilitate some amazing things.

Chrome for Android has been quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the mobile space. Its ability to sync history, bookmarks and settings with the desktop version is a huge boost for crossover users, and its rendering engine, based on WebKit, is increasingly standards-compliant, able to render both desktop and mobile web pages adroitly. Now that the Chrome code itself is catching up to its desktop counterpart, expect development of the browser to increase in quality and speed. The beta version has already been updated several times since its release, far more than the official version ever was.

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Via: Android Police