Monday, March 19, 2012

Google Chrome For Android Beta – All About

Google has announced the launch of its Chrome browser for the company's own operating system Android in Feb. 2012. The new browser is available as beta version for devices with Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich".

Latest Update in March 2012

Chrome Beta for Android has been updated to 0.16.4301.233 (Chrome 16.0.912.77). Primarily focused on fixing bug, this update addresses compatibility issues.

Chrome for Android to many of the features that users have come to expect from the desktop version in recent years, make it accessible on mobile devices. The focus, according to Google speed and ease of use as the center of attention.

The mobile version of Chrome is like the PC version for a single entry bar for web addresses and searches. It will of course also generates search suggestions as you type. The search results are important already queried the background to make them appear immediately.

The Android edition of Chrome has been designed from the outset for mobile devices, they say. The use of tabs has therefore been designed to work seamlessly with the small screens of smart phones or the larger tablet display is possible. Using intuitive gestures the user can switch between multiple tabs. For example, you have to wipe only from the left side of the screen to switch to another tab.

The browser automatically zooms in on approaching links to help users choose the right links. Chrome has also in the Android version of a synchronization function for synchronizing bookmarks, the user's preferred Web sites. There is also a incognito mode in which no history data and user inputs are stored.

Students who enroll in the use of Chrome for Android with their Google account can open tabs on home PC on their Smartphones or tablet use on the road. In addition to the interests of the user's customized settings is possible on completion of search.

Google Chrome for Android utilizes the same multi-process architecture, which is also used in the Desktop version. This is according to Google, the first such browser for Android devices. It increases the stability, robustness, responsiveness and security, because no longer crashes the whole browser.

In addition, there are a number of other interesting features, including a streamlined ability to browse Web sites. Long pages with lots of text and should be easy to sift through transparent navigation bar even with numerous search results.

Google Chrome for Android Beta is free to download. Apparently the company wants to offer the browser initially only for devices running Android 4.0. The numerous owners of systems with older versions of Android remain so for the time being, unfortunately, from the outside.

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