Google's support for Windows Phone is in shambles. But it has been reported that Google is working on a Chrome browser for Windows 8 that should work on some tablets. Today Google announced the next dev channel release of its Chrome browser which will have integration with Windows 8, including snap view and charms. There are new universal buttons at the Charms that slide out from the right side of the screen which includes Search, Share, Devices, Settings, and Start. With the Windows 8 integration the Chrome browser will look pretty nice. This version of Chrome is being constructed especially for desktops and laptops. It will not be available on Windows RT (ARM devices). Microsoft doesn't want competition on ARM devices so there will be some tablets that won't be able to run the app. There are Windows 8 devices which include Asus Transformer Book, or Asus Tablet 810 that will be compatible with Chrome.
Source : Phonearena