Chrome For Android Out On Ice Cream Sandwich

If you have an Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), you can now download the beta version of Google’s Chrome browser from the Android Market. The mobile version brings many of the things we love about Chrome, like bookmark syncing and Incognito mode, direct to your phone or tablet.

According to the Google Chrome Blog, Chrome for Android is optimised for mobile performance and use. It loads top searches in the background, incorporates gestures to flip between tabs, previews links automatically, and syncs open tabs between your desktop and your mobile device. That last feature might be the greatest timesaver of all.

Again, though, it’s currently only available for Ice Cream Sandwich devices. If you’ve got one of those, pick up the new browser at the market below.

Chrome Beta [Android Market]

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