gGadget > Chrome for Android Release
Today, Google officially launched Chrome for Android phones and tablets. Android users have waited for years for a Google Chrome app for Android products to come out, and now it’s finally happened. As of now, this brand-new version of Chrome is in beta mode, and it’s only available on Android devices with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. So, if you have an Android that’s running on an older OS, this release may be a bit of a disappointment. However, if you’re one of the few owners of an Ice Cream Sandwich compatible device, you’ll be excited to know that Google Chrome Beta might just be the best Android browser yet.
The new Google Chrome for Android browser allows you to view multiple, overlapping web pages, scroll up and down pages at an accelerated speed, and transfer all your bookmarks from your desktop computer to your Android device. Additionally, the Chrome browser for Android saves your top searches and predicts queries based on past search habits. This speeds up your overall search experience. This Android browser also allows you to zoom into links, to help you make sure you’re clicking on the right link. And these are just some of the major perks of using Google Chrome for Android.