Chrome For Android will get Full Screen and Desktop Version in Future Updates

The Release of Chrome for Android is like a big Bang, but there are lots of things that are missing from Chrome for Android. A couple of those features were desktop mode and full screen.

Speaking with CNET, Chrome’s Senior VP Sundar Pichai he mentioned that they have had two features in particular that users have requested and that they are working on them both: full-screen viewing (like in the ICS browser) and the option to tell Chrome to show you desktop version of sites by default.

After all, it’s still just a beta – that gives them room to do a lot by the time they come to market with their first stable release.

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