Chrome for Android Drops

Chrome for AndroidGoogle Chrome BETA for Android dropped today. Engadget, Droid Life, and the Wired Gadget Lab all posted good hands-on reviews – pocketnow.com posted a video that demonstrates Chrome for Android’s slick tab management system.

Early reviews are positive, and most are pleased with the way Google Chrome for Android ties into the desktop Chrome experience. Your bookmarks, Omnibar results, and tabs are all synced, and better yet tab syncing includes tabs you currently have open.

Google Chrome BETA for Android is available now in the Android Market РAndroid 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) required.

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