Few weeks ago, Google Chrome Beta for Android is officially released by the company itself. Unfortunately, it is exclusively available for Android phones and tablets that currently run on the latest Android 4.0 or also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
Google’s Senior Vice President of Chrome and Apps, Sundar Pichai, stated that similar to it’s desktop version, the Google Chrome for Android will focused on simplicity and speed. Pichai also noted that it will feature seamless sign-in and sync, so users can personalize their web browsing experience wherever they go.
This new Google Chrome for Android will feature some new functionality. Users will be able to open multiple web pages and few tabs, just like the desktop version. Just like Pichai stated, users will be able to experience faster browsing since there will be smart suggestions that will complete your address, so you can spend more of your time in browsing instead of typing. Finally, since this release is meant for mobile devices, there will be a convenient sync bookmarks features, which allow you to access your favorite web page from any Android devices.
As we mentioned earlier, Google Chrome for Android is only available for Android 4.0. Latest statistics shows that there’s only 1% of android device around the world that run on Ice Cream Sandwich, so this browser should be exactly available as exclusively as the OS itself. No wonder why this OS is the most desirable platform right now, for good reason off course. If you’re happen to own devices that run on Android 4.0, you can grab it via Google Play store. We have no idea when Google will release this browser for other version of android since there’s no official words from them.
Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a decent android browser, you can check out our list of best android browser. You might be able to find some decent apps for your handset. Well, that’s all from us now. If you have anything to say about this news, feel free to write ‘em down. We will be happy to read it.tags: Android, Browser, Google Chrome, ICS