Google brings Chrome to Android Smartphones and Tablets

The popular web browser by Google is finally launched on its own Smartphones OS platform,  Android. Its in beta right now. Both Google products were launched around 3 years ago and are in demand since then. The Android market share has grown past Apple’s iOS and Chrome is already ahead of major browsers like Firefox and IE. Chrome for Android is only available to devices running Ice cream sandwich (4.0) and being in beta stage it might not work perfectly well. Head over to Android market to download the browser for your smartphone.

 

Source: Wired
Photo: Ariel Zambelich / Wired.com
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