Google has finally released the mobile version of Google Chrome for Android ICS devices. It was previously available as beta version only.
Google Chrome for Android features faster page loading, private browsing with incognito mode and omnibar. This new browser is really nice and gives better internet experience on Android. After using it once, you will not like to use the default Android browser.
Google Account owners can sign in to sync bookmarks between a computer and mobile devices. Chrome users can also send a webpage to an Android smartphone or tablet running Chrome Beta, for offline reading.
One nice thing to notice that it helps clicking on a link in dense areas. It’ll launch a neat magnifying pane so that can you tap the one you want. It also comes with several speed-related features like pre-fetching — Chrome will automatically begin loading the page it thinks you’re visiting next.
One thing it doesn’t have: Flash, because Adobe stopped development on mobile Flash. Unfortunately, Chrome is only available for Android 4.0 device so majority of Android users will not be able to enjoy it.
Download Google Chrome for Android device for Google Play Store.