Google’s Chrome web browser has seen huge growth on the PC, and been the subject of the search giant’s most substantial marketing campaign. The selling point is its raw speed, minimalist look and background, six-weekly updates. Even Mac users have taken to the browser with alacrity unprecedented for a Google product.
If you have an Android phone, congratulations for making such a wise decision. If you running anything less than Android 4.0 sorry bro! you missing a lot. Android 4.0 is one of the most exciting version of Android on the market. From the UI overhaul to the sheer performance of the operating system, everything is all good.
Accessing websites from mobile devices is common place among mobile phone owners. If you are an active internet user, you probably have had to make heavy use of bookmarks. It gets worst when you have to manage both bookmarks on your desktop and mobile phone. Google in a bid to be more competitive had made available a Chrome browser for Android. Chrome for Android is currently still running in Beta. So far so good, the sheer speed of the browser has being really impressive. I have had to make Chrome for Android my default browser.
- You can now request the desktop version of a website, in case you would rather not view the mobile version.
- You can now add bookmarks as shortcuts on your home screen, so you can get to your favorite sites faster.
- Choose your favorite apps to handle links opened in Chrome.
- Have a proxy setup for Wi-Fi access? You can now use Chrome with the system proxy configured in Android settings.
- Synchronize your Desktop Chrome Bookmarks with your mobile device.
- Tabs that are open on the desktop can be sent to and seen, already open, on the mobile version
- Incognito Tab browsing
- Sheer speed. Browsing never felt this good on mobile