Google Chrome will not be supported on Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean

Team Cumulations

10 Oct 2018

Most of the Android applications live for a long time; however, it seems that applications supported by Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean will no longer be available because the requirement of the day is Android 5.0+. Now coming to Google Chrome, that is one of the most popular and like app by the Android users, well it is speculated that Google Chrome is not going to hold up to the Android Jelly Bean.

At present, the lowest API level of Android is 4.1 in regard to Google Chrome, which is soon going to be 4.4. KitKat. So, if you are a tech savvy who keeps the Smartphone updated always, you have no issues to deal with, however, for people who have not updated their mobile software and latest versions of the mobile requirements, you are definitely on the edge.

If you see with a vision, taking back Android Jelly Bean is logical this is because the Android users with the old versions of Android are scanty and the people who keep their software up to date are many, so catering the older versions which are few, makes no sense. Google Chrome will be banned for Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean, however, Mozilla’s Firefox will offer its support.  

Google came up with its latest version of Chrome on its birthday celebration of a decade. If you are upset about losing the Google Chrome from your Android Smartphone, well you don’t have to because There are few options and these options can help you in making the web surfing a nice experience on your existing Smartphone. With the help of internet browsing facilities including UC Web, Opera Mini, or Mozilla Firefox, you can still use the internet and browse for your favorite website on your smartphone that works on Android Jelly Bean. You can also open social networking websites or send the emails using these browsers on your phone.

Related read: Google released it’s October update for Android 10