On Google I/O conference, Google announced that they will launch Chrome on Palm WebOS mobile phone platform in the near future.
The latest news published by Seth Weintraub, an IT commentator on Google I/O developer conference, shows that, Google will launch Chrome on Palm WebOS mobile phone platform
in the near future.
At present, Chrome
only supports PC, Mac and Linux OS platform. If the WebOS version of Chrome comes to the market finally, we can make sure that, Google must release Chrome browser for its own mobile phone system-Android (also supported by Nexus One). By the way, Firefox logs in Android
Google also announced on Google I/O conference that, up to now, Chrome browser active users has up to 7,000 thousand, with the most fast rising speed in market share compared to Firefox
and IE. The war between Firefox and Chrome
has always been fierce.
Chrome is going to Palm mobile phone
Besides, Google is planning to open a web applications service-Chrome Web Store for Chrome and Chrome OS users, who can select their own pay program after logging in this online store by Chrome browser or Chrome OS. Further more, Google said that they will provide a profitable return for Web developers, with the 70% income of Chrome Web Store paying back to them.
In the market of desktop browser, Chrome browser has always been "encroaching" IE and Firefox's market share in recent months. With the enhanced functionality and stability, Chrome browser becomes the first choice for most browser users. In the past few days, Chrome browser's active users has come to 7,000 thousand.
The analysts believe that, Chrome has an advantage in light weight and speed over other browsers, these advantages are much more suite for the requirement from mobile phone market.