Google always invents something new to provide better experience to the worldwide internet users.
After the success of Google Chrome – A Superfast Desktop Browser, Google has come up with an Android Version of Chrome Browser, so that people can take benefit of it on their mobile phones and tablet as well.
Here are some advantages and disadvantages noticed by us.
1. Chrome Beta for Android is superfast, with accelerated page loading, zooming and scrolling – just like the Desktop version of Chrome.
2. Provides the same tabbed interface as provided in the Desktop version
3. Performs automatic synchronization of the tabs and bookmarks (After Sign-in)
4. Comes with the Omnibox feature which lets you search and surf through the same address bar
5. You can surf privately with the Private Browsing Mode (Incognito Mode) in Chrome Beta
6. Switch between unlimited tabs in a easy-viewable stack
7. You can send webpages from your Desktop Chrome to your Android Device, and read them on the go (even if you are offline).
At the time of writing, Google Chrome Browser (Beta) has the below limitations,
1. Chrome for Android is Only available for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Version based Mobile Phones annd Tablets
2. It can only be installed in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Brazil, Korea, Mexico, Spain, France, Germany and Argentina
3. Beta version doesn’t have Flash Support
4. There is no option provided to switch to the Destop version of a website
5. It doesn’t have any support for features like Themes, extensions etc.
Chrome Beta for Android can be downloaded from the Android Market https://market.android.com/details?id=com.android.chrome&hl=en&pli=1