Chrome browser for Android updated, brings support to toggle hidden elements

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Chrome browser

Google has updated Chrome Browser for Android (beta) once again. The new update build number 25.0.1364.47 snag off the bugs and issues, as well as brings a new feature that allows users to disable or enable  flags options that include support for WebGL, an FPS counter, and experimental JavaScript.

It brings ability to toggle hidden elements by typing chrome://flags into the address bar.

Moreover, users can now experiment 3D graphics in web apps without having to hack or use a plugin. The Chrome browser for Android is still beta stage and a final version still needs a lot work to be done. While you wait for the official/final version of the Chrome, you can give a whirl to beta version here, that is also good to work with.

More: Chromium

Via: Google+