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I had the same problem, but found out that disabling handle http in the ebookdroid settings fixes the issue.
If you want to watch videos that are located on an android phone or tablet, the LocalCast Media 2 Chromecast app will stream videos from your device to ChromeCast. Note that not all formats are supported and that the performance depends on the device (may be slow if old) and on the WiFi connection.
Leandros is right that it is an intended feature, and there is no way to turn off. There is a report on the Chromium project to allow close all tabs on tablets: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=268157 I urge everyone interested to voice their opinions on the bug thread.
I don't think you can. The site is supporting the mobile-web-app-capable view which means Chrome displays it like an app, hides the address bar and it integrates into the recent apps menu as though it was a 'normal' app. I don't believe there is a way to exit fullscreen when using a bookmark to a site like this. For those who are unsure what the OP is ...
This some sometimes happens to me in Chrome. What seems to work better is, instead of tapping on the link to the PDF, long-press on the link and choose Save link.
In my device（nexus 5） I have Google translate and chrome. if i want translate words→long press →share→translate them. you can try it. :) ps: Forgot my poor English.
Does Chrome render other websites in their "mobile" formats correctly? If yes, you'd need to correctly configure your website (probably checking for user agent, and redirecting to mobile site) correctly, so as to render the mobile site.
In my previous experience, I've always had problems downloading with Chrome. I'd try a different browser like Boat Browser or Dolphin Browser.
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