Chrome was most welcomed by iOS users. Less than a day Chrome app has been announced for the iOS platform at Google’s annual I/O event, it has already gotten far, with downloads placing it high on the top free apps charts. The most popular browser in the world promises a similar experience to its desktop variant and it functions exactly like Chrome for Android does.
Some of us may have experienced Chrome for Android on our Ice Cream Sandwich Android devices previously via a rooted Galaxy Nexus. Today, Google removed the “beta” tag that has followed the Chrome app for the past few months, and declared it ready for mass usage. Unfortunately, the new mobile browser is only available for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) and above.
Have you experienced the features of Google’s Chrome for Android?
Pages load in a snap and hardware-accelerated page rendering lets you fly through long pages. Experience the mobile web, Chrome fast.
Open and switch between an unlimited number of tabs. On your phone, flip through tabs the way you would fan a deck of cards. On your tablet, swipe from edge to edge to switch tabs.
Navigate with a simple, streamlined browser. Link Preview zooms in on links to make selecting the right link easier. Use Find in Page to locate specific words and scroll to see each match.
Sign in to Chrome to bring your open tabs, bookmarks and omnibox data from your computer to your phone or tablet. That way, you have your Chrome, on all of your devices.
View open tabs
Access the tabs you have opened on your computer on your phone or tablet and pick up where you left off.
Sync your bookmarks on all of your devices. Quickly go to your favorite sites, no matter where you are.
Get smarter suggestions
Spend less time typing. Visit a site on your computer and Chrome will auto complete its address in the omnibox on your phone or tablet.
Send to mobile
Send pages from your computer to your phone or tablet with a single click. You can read them on the go, even when you’re offline.
Automatically sign in to Google sites, like Gmail, for fast and seamless access.