What happens when the best-equipped browser meets the most efficient mobile phone operating system? I think that will be Google’s Chrome for Android. Although, Chrome and Android have been developed separately but Google’s co-founder Sergey Brin assures us that it might soon be possible to see a new version of Android incorporating Chrome. It needs to be mentioned that both Chrome and Android’s current browser employ WebKit, an open-source project for interpreting HTML code.
With Chrome being released last Tuesday, we have come across one of the most polished browser that is easy to use, crash free and super-fast. However, support for installing plug-in extensions is missing. Chrome is said to be 10 to 15 times faster than Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. However, Mozilla has reacted by promising that its upcoming Firefox version will be 30 times faster than Chrome. While browser developers keep on settling scores among themselves, netizens will be the ultimate winner with super fast browsers for fast webpage download.