What took so long for Chrome to come to Android?
bralphye 2 years ago
I use the stock Android browser, and have for, well, years now. It's ok, but I sure prefer the Chrome browser that I'm using on my laptop. New today including the tidbit that Chrome (by Google) is finally coming the Android (by Google). The beta version was just released in the Android Market, unfortunately limited only to those Android users with ICS. This seems like something that would have taken place, oh I don't know, years ago. What took so long, and will this be enough to shake up the smartphone market that has the iPhone 4S as its current aspirational device?
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