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Last version crashes approx 30x a day :(
It's all said by that! And yeah. Full screen $X.
Jasukest on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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Doesn't work
Terrible, never works. Will never load new page, force quits, freezes. Safari is better at this point.
b208748763 on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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I can't use it
I had to switch back to safari because nothing will load on it
Lvl5charmander on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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Crashing
Web pages are crashing constantly please fix this!!!
Jen mama on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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Excelente
All is in sync and faster than ante other browser..
Rojocj on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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Not Ready for Prime Time
This App is definitely not ready for distribution, and certainly far short of a table browser that deserves to be your default. Google has a superior product in Chrome for desktop, but the tablet version falls way, way short. The most obvious faults, and those that will keep me away until fixed, are treatments of bookmarks and scrolling. Instead of being accessible in a drop-down, hierarchical menu, bookmarks open full-screen as a matrix of folders and site icons. What's more, by default, Chrome maintains bookmarks in 3 top-level folders: Mobile; Desktop and Other. By default, Chrome opens in Mobile, with apparently no way to change this or merge Mobile with Desktop. Since Google Chrome does a good job of syncing my Desktop bookmarks across platforms, why would I ever want to maintain two other folders of shortcuts? Google surely knows how to address this issue; they just choose not to. Secondly, when scrolling a web page, the header and tab bar scroll off screen. Designers of every other browser have had the wit to split the screen so headers and tabs stay on-screen during scrolling. Get with it Google, and you might just attract some users.
BPBear on Oct 12, 2013 for Chrome
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