It may sound a bit odd to say, but today Google has officially announced the launch of the Chrome web browser for Android devices.
Google’s Chrome browser and Android mobile operating system may have gone public in the same year but they haven’t shared cross compatibility until now. Chrome for Android is a beta which for now is limited to Android 4.0 devices.
The new software looks and acts much like the desktop version and because its connected to a users Google sign-in, users can get their personalized browsing experience transferred directly to their phone. That means you can see open tabs and synced bookmarks from the desktop version transferred over to Android.
Chrome is now available in Beta from Android Market, in select countries and languages for phones and tablets with Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.