Human nature never contends with a single thing as desires grow endlessly. A fresh baked cake is sure to lure your temptation, but a cake with icing would enhance your taste buds, but wait! a cherry topping the icing of the cake would take your temptation to the zenith. Such is the way, the human desires are lined up. In the world of technology, with every new product, we prefer an additional factor to be attached. The more advanced a product is, the more grows our wishes to have an additional factor to compliment the product technology. The discussion had been raised to revolve around Google Chrome and Android. Both being Google products, had never been clubbed. Speculations are in air that Google is about to move its Google Chrome into its Android platform.
As reports reveal, Google has stepped forward to remove the currently incomplete Android specific code from Webkit, its layout engine. The company has made its point clear saying, “the Android Browser has come to share more and more code with Chrome (both WebKit and Chromium)”. This makes it obvious that a separate build system is not required for an Android Webkit web browser because Google can make use of its Chromium source code now. There also remains no need for a separate set of WebCore clients and embedder APIs. This is because the Android port shares quite a large part of the Chromium port code.
Hopefully, Google will soon pave the way for its Google Chrome browser to transit to Android. It is however still not clear as to how much of Google Chrome would be allowed to feature in the Android version of the browser. With the fast approach and movement apparent in Google, Chrome on Android is just a matter of time.