Friday, 10 February 2012

Google Chrome for Android Launches in Beta

Big news came from Google on Tuesday as the company released the very first beta version of its Chrome web browser for Android. Like the mobile versions of Opera and Firefox for Android, browser tabs and favorites from the user's desktop version are synced to the mobile browser, providing a unified experience across platforms. 1
The Chocolate Factory's latest creation has been designed to allow easy synchronization with the desktop version of the browser. Bookmarks can be ported across to smartphones, tabs left open on the desktop can also be synched to the smartphone or tablet, and the autocomplete suggestions can also be shared between the two platforms. 2

  1. Google Chrome for Android Launches in Beta (BetaNews)
  2. Google Adds Chrome Finish to Android (The Register)

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