Google have confirmed that their Google Chrome web based operating system is getting special development and feature which will make the OS more suitable for touch screen devices.
Chrome, which is designed to be a light weight web based OS was originally designed for use on netbook computers, but since the launch of the original iPad and it’s (plus Android Tablets) popularity and success, Google have decided to shift their attention from traditional computer and netbook form factors and instead add the necessary component to Chrome which will ally it to be used on touch screen devices.
Some of the new features include a virtual keyboard, with new tab and microphone buttons, and a newly designed web browser which will automatically convert pages to allow for better use on a tablets touch screen.
Although Google have acknowledged that Chrome will eventually run on tablets, they have also stated that development is still early and no new product is being planned.
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