Google surprised the Android world with the release of the Chrome browser for Android today. Chrome shows some excellent interface design for working on a touch screen. It runs very well for a first beta and will quickly become the browser of choice for the Android platform. Rather, it will when it is more widely available as it only runs on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.x) for now.
Chrome is now available in the Android Market for ICS-packing phones and tablets.
The best way to show off the Chrome browser in action is through a short video. In the video I demonstrate the slick user interface, how Chrome handles multiple tabs, the synchronization with the active Chrome browser session on my MacBook, and the bookmark syncing.
Check out the full story of Chrome for Android on ZDNet Networking.
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