Google Chrome for Android hits Google Play store

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Google’s Chrome browser app has made it onto the Android Google Play store. Currently in a beta testing phase after being available in a few select territories, it’s now available worldwide in 32 languages.

The free app allows users to have multiple pages open at once, with more responsive zooming, scrolling and load times for webpages on Android devices.

Those using the Google Chrome desktop browser also get added functionality, like the ability to send pages from their PCs to their mobiles, and the ability to synchronise bookmarks across devices.

There is also the option to save pages for later offline viewing, which will be handy for long reads in areas where your signal keeps dropping out.

Though the app is free, it’s limited to devices running the latest build of Android, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Click here to grab it.

Gerald Lynch

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  • The factor which i liked most in this equipment is that  there is also the choice to preserve webpages for later off-line watching, which will be useful for lengthy flows in places where your indication keeps losing out.

  • Google already giving multiple electronics devices.
    The free app allows users to have multiple pages open at once, with more responsive zooming, scrolling and load times for webpages on Android devices. 

  • Google already giving multiple electronics devices.The free app allows users to have multiple pages open at once, with more responsive zooming, scrolling and load times for webpages on Android devices. 

  • Google is already giving multiple app of electronic devices but Google Chrome for android has brought a great revolution in browsing the web on android, thanks to Google. 

  • The free app allows users to have multiple pages open at once, with more responsive zooming, scrolling and load times for webpages on Android devices.The thing which i liked most in this apparatus is that  there is also the option to save pages for later offline viewing, which will be handy for long reads in areas where your signal keeps dropping out.

  • The free app allows users to have multiple pages open at once, with more responsive zooming, scrolling and load times for webpages on Android devices.The thing which i liked most in this apparatus is that  there is also the option to save pages for later offline viewing, which will be handy for long reads in areas where your signal keeps dropping out.

  • As such this is running good on one of my device, even without components speeding. I am little bit dissatisfied as it doesn’t have flash, but still I will be using this. 

  • As such this is running good on one of my device, even without components speeding. I am little bit dissatisfied as it doesn't have flash, but still I will be using this. 

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