Chrome for Android users leaves Beta

unnamedHere’s yet another announcement from Google. Google has released its stable Chrome version for Android 4.0 and has left Beta phase. You can download this version of Chrome from Google play on your <a href=”“>Android 4.0 phones</a>. Google has made this announcement at the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Google also launched its first own branded  tablet Nexus 7 at I/O. You may be surprised to know that Nexus 7 will be the first device to feature Chrome  as its default browser. The new version of Chrome offers you better stability and performance fixes. Google has also claimed that the new Chrome version has several minor UI adjustments especially for tablets. Google has further said that the full Chrome version is still under the testing phase. So, they will soon come out with an official announcement in context to it. In order to use this browser, your Android phone should run on either Ice Creams sandwich OS or Jelly Bean OS. Earlier in February this year, Google launched Chrome for Android Beta users. Chrome become popular among the Android Beta users mainly because of its speed and smooth functionality. It scored much higher marks in comparison to other Android browsers. Somewhat a same performance has been expected from this latest Chrome version. You can check out this latest version at Google Play Store. Keep yourself tuned to it, as Google will soon come out with detailed impression about the Chrome. It is certainly a good news to cheer about for Android users.

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