Google announced Chrome 29 beta forÂ Windows, Mac, Linux and Android today. And for Android, the update includes WebRTC support and the Web Audio API.
The MIDI Synth Demo showcases some of the audio production capabilities. Google makes a note that the feature willÂ only be exposedÂ on ARM devices that supportÂ NEONÂ optimizations.
WebRTC functions as a real-time communication tool within a web browser. A feature of Chrome for desktop, WebRTC enables videoconferencing, voicecalls and was the backbone for the recent CubeSlam Chrome Experiment.
Other additions to the beta include “richer access to Google services,” developer tools and better OS integration.
Source: Chrome Blog