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AMERICAN PHONE MAKER Motorola has announced that Google Chrome now works on its Intel powered Razr I smartphone.
We got our hands on the Motorola Razr I last week and were disappointed to discover that neither Google Chrome nor Firefox worked on the Intel powered handset.
Motorola told us that was because "there is not a version of Google Chrome available that is optimised for Intel at the moment", while Intel told us it had nothing to do with it.
However, Motorola contacted us this morning to tell us that Google's mobile web browser now works on its flagship smartphone and other phones with an Intel processor.
In a statement sent to The INQUIRER Motorola said, "We are now pleased to announce the availability of Chrome for Android on Intel x86 devices, available for download on Google Play and from the Google Play Store on your Motorola Razr I.
"This smartphone puts the Google universe in your hand and now you'll now be able to experience the speed, security, and simplicity of Chrome."
We downloaded the app on our Razr I smartphone and it arrived on our home screen without any hiccups. If you want to get it on your Intel powered handset, it's available to download for free from Google Play. µ
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