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Google Launches Build With Chrome Worldwide

Google has launched a new website called "Build With Chrome". The website allows you to create 3D designs with LEGO® Bricks. The project originally started in 2012 with Google Australia launching a build of the program, working with LEGO® and it allowed you to build LEGO® designs on the website, only released for Australia and New Zealand. 

Now Google has launched it worldwide and it is an improved version of it. The LEGO® designs you make on this will be share-able on your Google+ accounts, and only that. It can be considered a flaw, because Google+ is not exactly such a big social network, and even if it was on Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace, it would still be a limitation because the internet goes beyond that. You should be able to embed it on your websites and other places, or even print the designs- if not asking for a lot.

The editor of Build With Chrome

Build With Chrome is also available for tablets and other touch devices with Chrome for Android support for WebGL on devices with high-end graphics capabilities.

Muhammad Junaid

Muhammad Junaid is the writer of Entertainment Ghost. He writes articles, reviews, previews and entertainment news about gaming, technology, the media and so on. You can follow him on Twitter @Mr_MJunaid and Facebook MJunaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Wednesday, January 29, 2014