Chrome

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Google's official web browser

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Everyone was surprised when Google announced the launch of its new web browser, Google Chrome. It advertised simplicity, speed, and usability. And that is precisely what this mobile version of Google Chrome, one of the kings of web browsing, offers.

Google Chrome has every element of a desktop web browser, like tabs and accessible bookmarks. It also includes specific elements that make using from a mobile phone easier, like switching screens with a single movement of your finger.

Other interesting features in this mobile version of Google Chrome are its fast browsing with accelerated download speed, its private browsing option, its omnibox search and browsing, and the ability to sync bookmarks and tabs between your phone and your computer.

Google Chrome is one of the best alternatives in mobile web browsing with Android. Naturally, if you use Google Chrome in your computer and you have an Android phone, it is essential. Synchronizing the way you browse the web between different devices will change your world.
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Requirements

Requires Android 4.0 or higher

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