When it comes to PC browsers, there is a certain amount of debate that is plausible in the “which one is the best” conversation. There is a much bigger number of factors that come into play when talking about PC browsers. However, when you’re talking about Android device browsers, there is not much to say, other than the fact that Google, the developer behind the Chrome browser, is also the developer of Android, meaning that they will ensure the performance, stability, and functionality of their browser in relation to the mobile device operating system.
The Chrome Browser excels from pretty much and point of view you look at it, topping the charts in performance, speed, as well as privacy and security options, making the browsing experience both enjoyable and safe.
Some of the features included in Chrome Browser 54.0.2840.68 are:
- Cross-platform sync features, allowing you to effortlessly switch between your phone, tablet and PC, picking up exactly where you left off, with the same tabs and options available across all platforms.
- The Save Data option which allows you to cut down on mobile data usage, also putting less of a strain on your pocket.
- Ease of access and maneuverability allows the user to easily access previously used tabs and web pages, and the comprehensive search function brings up suggestions for what you want to type, as well as opens the search results in real time, while you are in the process of searching.
- Just because you’re in a situation where you can’t use your hands doesn’t mean you can’t use the Chrome browser’s search function. Google has implemented voice search functionality. Simply tell the device what you want to search for and it shall comply.
All these features and many others are available in the Chrome Browser, which can be downloaded for free from Google’s Google Play Store.