Faster the better; and this is even truer when it comes to browsing speed. Obviously people want to see web pages load faster and developers try their best to keep things lightning fast in a web browser. The attributes that decide whether a particular web browser is good or not are different in mobile devices than the desktop PCs and laptops; though speed matters but there are some other factors too when it comes to web browsers for mobile devices. There are hundreds of web browsers available for mobile devices running Android and iOS; some of those browsers are popular because of their efficiency while some are popular because of their user interface. Google Chrome is one of the most popular and widely used web browsers for desktop PCs and phones. This particular browser delivers excellent speed, reliability and efficiency on phones and tablets both. Obviously the efficiency is a must-have attribute for a browser to get popularity all over the globe and among all kind of users because not all devices come with high end specification.
Amazingly Google has developed this browser for low end devices as well as for devices with powerful processors and RAM. Unlike the desktop version of this browser, Google Chrome uses very little system resources on most of the devices especially Android devices that makes it possible to minimize the browser and multitask. Obviously it uses more RAM and processor when users open multiple tabs but you can open different sites simultaneously even on the low end devices.
Google Chrome offers one of the simplest, easy to use and minimalistic users interfaces ever designed for a web browser. Amazingly the mobile version of Google Chrome is exactly alike the desktop version of Google Chrome that makes it easier for new users to use Google Chrome on their phone or tablet even for the first time. The earlier version of Google Chrome allowed users to switch between tabs by swiping left or right in the middle but the latest version lets users change the tabs by swiping left or right on the top bar.
Google Chrome allows users to sync their browser history and bookmark on multiple devices by using the same Google account. This function comes in handy when you want to visit a web page you recently visited on another device. Google Chrome for mobile also comes with the incognito tab feature that makes it possible for users to surf the internet privately. Unlike most of the other mobile browsers, Google Chrome does not offer lots of features and customization options but you can change basic behavior from the settings menu.
Google Chrome is available for almost all the modern mobile operating systems that include Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Symbian and others. It supports a wide range of devices so you don’t have to worry about its availability on your particular mobile model.
All versions of Google Chrome including desktop and mobile versions are available for free on their official website and relevant app stores like Apple App Store aka iTunes and Google Play Store.