Chrome desktop browser has been around for ten years now. They celebrated their 10th birthday by releasing some material design, additional features, and improvements last Tuesday as we featured here. Though not everyone will love the new design, so we went ahead and shared a tip on how to go back to the previous design at this link. These changes also trickled down to the Google mobile version, Chrome for Android.
When Google’s mobile operating system started getting widespread traction, (Sept. 23rd 2008, with the launch of the HTC Dream aka the T-Mobile G1). Chrome for Android has consistently left the competing mobile browser in the dust. I honestly don’t think there is a mobile browser currently in the market that can match up to Chrome mobile.
Be that as it may, chances are high that you simply use the basic features the mobile browser has to offer. That is open the app, type in the URL (or perhaps go to your bookmarks, or history) and visit the site. You may not know some pro tips that make using the browser all the more …read more