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Google Chrome Browser Comes to Android

Posted on February 7, 2012
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Why did not Google thought this sooner? The giant tech company is making progress with its unification of all Google products, the latest being adding the Chrome browser into Android. Currently on beta, the mobile browser is available to customers of select ICS phones and tablets, syncing settings and bookmarks as it is installed.

The tab system will appear more natural for its mobile version. The mobile Chrome will also take notes of what you browsed for on your desktop Chrome browser and sync it across all your mobile devices. Even the autocorrect function of the desktop version will be synced to mobile.

Other features in the mobile browser include link previews, where search results offer a thumbnail of a link’s destination, similar to the desktop version. You can check out how it works through this video.

No word when the Google Chrome browser for Android will be available to the public.

Source: Engadget

 
 

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