Google Chrome running on Android Lollipop
|Initial release||June 27, 2012|
|66.0.3359.158 (May 7, 2018) [±]|
|Operating system||Android 4.1 or above|
|License||Freeware vastly based on Chromium (mostly BSD license)|
Google's Chrome for Android is an edition of Google Chrome released for the Android system. On February 7, 2012, Google launched Google Chrome Beta for Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) devices, for selected countries. The first stable version of the browser was released on June 27, 2012. Chrome 18.0.1026.311, released on September 26, 2012, was the first version of Chrome for Android to support Intel x86 based mobile devices.
'Google Chrome Beta' for Android devices was available for devices running the Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or above version of the operating system. It was launched on February 7, 2012, for a limited number of countries. The Android version can be installed from Google Play. It currently lacks some features available in the desktop version, but has some additional features:
On June 27, 2012 Google Chrome for Android exited beta and became stable.
Google brought Chrome for Android in line with the desktop version with Chrome 25. They released a separate Chrome for Android beta channel on January 10, 2013, which runs side-by-side with the stable channel for Android.
JR Raphael, writing for Computerworld noted "[It] functions separately from the stock system browser -- and offers plenty of advantages over it, too." "Chrome for Android gets tabs right. [...] [it] automatically pops up a magnified view anytime you tap a link that's close to other links on the page". "Perhaps the most impressive feature of Chrome for Android is its integrated sync capability [including] the ability to sync open tabs, meaning you can actually see what tabs you have open on any other Chrome-running device." "One of the biggest benefits of the new Chrome Android browser is its speed" concluding that "My first impression, without a doubt, is that Chrome for Android is a tremendous step forward for Android-based browsing".
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