Yep, Chrome for Android is now readily available for everyone to download at the Google Play Store.
It’s still a beta release though, and limited to Ice Cream Sandwich users.
But don’t worry. It’s pretty dang good for a beta release. And since the ICS update is now locally available as well for a number of phones, this means that Chrome for Android is now also compatible with a number of ‘droids in the Philippines too.
Get it here.
What I particularly love about this new Android web browser app is how I can automatically sync my Chrome open tabs on my MacBook Pro to my HTC Sensation. So whatever I’m browsing on my lappie, I can now continue to browse while on the go on my Android.
You do need to set-up your desktop/laptop’s Chrome browser first to be able do this, but don’t worry. It’s quite easy. Just head on to Settings, then Personal Stuff, click on Advanced, and make sure the Open Tabs is checked.
Once you’ve done this, whenever you open a new tab in Chrome on your Android, it’ll list all the open tabs in Chrome on your desktop/laptop. Cool, right?
So go ahead, give Chrome for Android a shot if you’re on Android ICS, and I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.
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