If you are a Google Chrome fan and are also using an Android device, hit the Google Play store now. Google has finally released its chrome browser for Android phones. Initially, Google had released it as a beta application and now, the full version is also available.
Chrome dominated the browser battle and recently displaced Internet Explorer as the most widely used browser in the world. Now, it is all set to take over Android based devices also. The initial reviews are very good and considering Google is the pioneer of Android, we can expect the browser to be super fast and super light as well. People may have tried to develop a chrome browser for Android, mostly as part of projects in their Android training courses, but the results were nowhere near to what it is right now.
At a single glance, you can tell that this browser is an excellent replacement to the Android’s default browser. The user interface is designed well and looks slick. Since it is a mobile app, Google has introduced features like voice command searches and also scroll navigation. It is fast and performs as well as the desktop browser.
If you are familiar with the chrome browser for desktop, then you will be aware of some of the features like auto-fill, private mode browsing (incognito mode), and similar features. All those features are provided in the mobile version too, which is impressive considering the application is so light.
Another feature which will impress everyone is the auto sync. You have to log into a Google account on your Android device for full support. If you happen to run out of battery or quit the chrome browser on your mobile device, you can get those pages quickly by using chrome on another device also. All you have to do is log into the same account you used with your phone. The browsing history, bookmarks and favorites will be instantly available.