AppleGoogle Chrome and Java reach iPhone, Android through AlwaysOnPC App

Google Chrome and Java reach iPhone, Android through AlwaysOnPC App

AlwaysOnPC App

From running multiple Office applications to playing Flash-based games, Google’s Chrome has simplified almost everything for consumers. Bringing such functionalities to the iPhone and Android-powered devices, Xform Computing recently added the Chrome browser and support for Java to its AlwaysOnProduct application.

With the newly added support, users can now conveniently run Chrome and Java on their iPhone or Android with the fully synchronized bookmarks, tabs and themes they are familiar with on their desktop. Users can also run almost any application or game in the Chrome Web Store. The integration of Java will enable users to access sites like Runescape, PartyPoker, Evony, Zipforms, and more.

Though support for audio and full motion video will be introduced in a future release, users can benefit from their mobile access to favorite interactive sites like Facebook games, Club Penguin, Google sites and Analytics using the app. Besides this, the solution provides users with the ability to install their most-liked Firefox add-ons, themes/skins and toolbars.

Users can even copy and paste text and graphics between applications like Office, Browser, email and photos. Taking advantage of image editing and graphic drawing programs also gets feasible. Along with this, users can receive, edit and re-send email attachments, open multiple windows and tabs at once, access easy online storage, and utilize the 2 gigabyte of online disk space to store their important files.

The new AlwaysOnPC iPhone and Android editions can now be downloaded for $19.99 from Apple’s App Store and Android Market, respectively.

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