Google announced it will open up the source code of its next-generation mobile web browser to Indy Go, a startup based in San Francisco.
IndyGo will build a mobile web app for the web that will be compatible with Android and iOS, with the first version of the app released in the coming months.
IndiesGo CEO Shailesh Khare tweeted, “Today’s news is a milestone for Indy go.
Indygo will finally be able to get a first release of its mobile web application in a way that is secure and stable.
With the help of Google’s mobile and cloud teams we can now focus on making the best web app possible for everyone.”
Indy Go is the first startup to make available its next version of its web browser.
It’s a version that’s not owned by Google.
The app, which is available for Android and MacOS, will allow users to access websites and services via the web browser, as well as navigate through the web using apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The app will be the first to offer full native support for the browser, which will enable users to browse and view sites in both web pages and mobile apps, Google’s Andrew Noyes said in a blog post.
IndiesGo, which has raised $5.5 million in funding, will also be the developer of an SDK for developers to build apps that will use the Chrome Web browser, an interface that has been built with the mobile web in mind.
Google is one of the major players in the mobile app space.
The company is building an Android-based version of Chrome OS, a platform for developing mobile apps that uses Google’s Android operating system.
In May, the company said it was working with several developers to add full native Chrome support to the Chrome browser in time for the launch of the Android platform in the third quarter of this year.
The browser is already available in more than 100 countries, but Google has not released its first version for Android yet.
Google’s Android is the dominant mobile operating system in the world, with more than 60 percent of the world’s smartphone and tablet shipments in 2015.