Android Central 87: Chrome on Android, picking Google Wallet, Motorola Droid 4 in house

Thing 1: Chrome for Android!

  • Google Chrome Beta now available for Android 4.0 devices
  • Chrome Beta for Android walkthrough
  • How to sync tabs in Chrome desktop and Android
  • New browser (Chrome) doesn't support dying plug-in (Flash)
  • Chrome vs. Safari - Galaxy Nexus vs. iPhone 4S

Thing 2: Google Wallet cracked, hacked, covered and diced

  • Google Wallet under attack again - this time by a feature, not a hack
  • Google Wallet PIN security cracked - here's what you need to know
  • Google responds to Wallet hack, recommends not installing it on rooted devices

Thing 3: Other odds and ends

  • AC Explains: The Verizon Galaxy Nexus is still supported by Google
  • Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX Review
  • Verizon Motorola Droid 4 available Feb. 10 for $199 on contract
  • Motorola Droid 4 has an unlockable ... battery cover?
  • HTC says first Ice Cream Sandwich updates coming in March, adds more phones to the list
  • Aquarium for Google TV [Google TV app review]
  • Samsung Infuse 4G Gingerbread update is on hold
Phil Nickinson
3 Comments
  • Mobiles will have to live without Flash but the desktop removing Flash as well is backwards. Until HTML 5 can do all that Flash can do there will always be a difference between mobile and the desktop. Shockwave is not Flash. It is Shockwave. And yes Shockwave crashes all of the time.
  • that CDMA bit was so discouraging since I am on sprint with the nexus s 4g... still waiting for android 4.0!!! If there is any reason not to get a nexus phone ever again with sprint, this is it.
  • I'm always quite amazed by you guys when it comes to the Google Apps. Android is Open Source, Google is NOT! There's a big difference here, Google has every right to hold their apps hostage to OEMs unless they adhere to certain requirements..... This is exactly like a lot of apps in the market like things from Verizon or anyone else. Google is a developer like any other and their Gmail, Market, Music, Chrome and anything else is purely at their discretion.