Though Android has been around for many years at least, Google has never released Chrome Beta on the Android Market. However, they have started distributing it to some of their experimental and newly launched devices. Google released Chrome Beta to some of their Android devices with a number of special features and it appears that the feature that is making the biggest splash is the improved mobile browsing experience. With Chrome Beta you can get access to Google's own customized web browsers and much more.
Google introduced Chrome Beta as a special offering to their users a few months ago and since that time it has been receiving great reviews from people who are enjoying the new improved mobile experience. This is because with Chrome Beta you are getting access to Google's own custom-designed web browsers, which are very similar to what we used to have on our PCs. With Chrome Beta you can use your existing android phone's features such as text messaging and email as well as access to the Chrome browser which was formerly only available to desktop computers. Google is releasing Chrome Beta as an over-the-air (OTC) update to all versions of the android operating system so that every mobile phone will be able to enjoy this feature. However, it is still unclear when exactly Google plans to make the software available to everyone.
The best way to ensure that Google Chrome Beta makes it into the hands of as many users as possible is to encourage your friends to download the beta version. It is highly likely that once the new version of Chrome arrives on the market that the regular "Google Chrome" will no longer be supported by any carriers or retailers. So, if you haven't got your very own android phone yet then you are going to want to grab the chance before it is too late. Furthermore, if you own an android tablet or any other android devices other than the aforementioned android phones the ability to use Chrome on it would be a real asset to you. Google Chrome Beta should be released for all of the major android devices some time in 2021. Do you think you might be onto something?