Four months after the debut of the beta version, Google launched Chrome for their Android operating system. The browser developed by Google brings features similar to the desktop version for the Android users.
Google launched the final version of their Chrome web browser developed for Android. Compared to the beta version, the final version comes with improved speed, and an optimized system mobile web sites.
Google Chrome final for mobile devices is available exclusively for the smartphones or tablets running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or later. The previous version doesn’t support the browser.
Google for Android was launched at Google I/O event in San Francisco and it will be the default browser of the freshly announced Nexus 7 tablet. The Chrome app for Android offers an impressive list of updates.
The users can now access the desktop version of the web pages, in case the mobile version is not offering enough information, while the favorite websites can now be accessed directly from one of the homescreens, thanks to the new Chrome shortcuts or bookmarks.
Moreover, the app now allows its users to download files from websites directly from the Google browser. Chrome for Android comes with a new tab, bookmarks and password management system.
Google Chrome for Android final is now available in Google Play and you can download it from here.
In the video below you can watch a presentation of the browser in the beta stage. For the time being, Google haven’t launched a video for the new version.
For more details visit Chrome official blog.