Google Chrome Beta for Android

Chrome Beta for Android
(photos: Google) Google Chrome Beta for Android | US$free | market.android.com

(photos: Google) Google Chrome Beta for Android | US$free | market.android.com

Android device users who are hooked to the clean and simplistic Chrome browser on their computer can now experience these same qualities on their Android devices. like its desktop sibling, the Chrome Beta for Android’s search and navigation can be done swiftly via the Chrome omnibox and when searching, the top results are loaded in the background, thus allowing the top pages to appear instantly. Chrome for Android also offers unlimited number of tabs and with a flip or swipe gesture, users can easily navigate through the opened tabs. the seamless sign-in and sync feature is probably the biggest draw. when you signed in to Chrome on your Android device, you will be able to access to the tabs that you left open on your computer (provided that you are also signed into Chrome on the computer), hence allowing you to continue where you left off even when you are on the go. similarly, you will be able to access your synced bookmarks on your Android devices and be treated to smarter suggestions, including autocomplete suggestions on your mobile device. the Chrome Beta for Android is now available via Android Market, in select countries and languages, for mobile devices running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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