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Google has launched the first version of the Chrome browser for Android. This beta version of the browser is at present available only for the Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system powered smartphones and tablets. To be more specific, this beta version can be installed only on devices that run the Android ICS.
Similar to the desktop version, the Chrome beta for Android also focuses on the simplicity, speed and also has seamless sign-in as well as sync abilities. This allows users to carry the personalized browsing experience with them wherever they are.
Both Android and Chrome are designed for the mobile devices from the scratch. The tabs are re-imagined to appear the same on both small screen devices as well as on tablets with large screens. Users can have unlimited tabs open and can flip or swipe between them using the gestures.
This Beta version of Chrome is available in the Android Market in certain selected languages and countries for the smartphones and tablets with the Android ICS platform.