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Chrome for Android 40.0.2214.89

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28 Jan 2015

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Great first version of a mobile Chrome that enables you to synchronise your desktop data to the mobile version.

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Type: Full commercial application

Platform: Android

Manufacturer: Google

Price: Free

Most of user prefer to use the same web browser across all our computers, enabling us to keep our bookmarks, browsing history, passwords and other data synchronised between the browsers, whether you use a Mac or PC. Problem is, if you are a Google Chrome user, it wasn't possible to use your stored bookmarks on your mobile device, until now.

You get a much more basic version of Chrome, but features include tab support, private Incognito browsing and, most important of all, synchronisation between your desktop Chrome and mobile version. You can even synchronise open tabs, so leave your work machine, take your Android tablet on the road, open Chrome for Android and it should open with your current tabs.


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