Here is a super exciting news for Android users: Google has released Chrome browser for Android! The beta version of Chrome for Android is available in the Android market, but only for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) devices and in select countries.
Chrome for Android can be a real boon for the users of Android and Chrome on desktop. Its feature include synchronization of opened tabs and bookmarks, incognito mode, auto-complete suggestion, auto sign-in to Google sites, .
Chrome for Android is much advanced browser than the native browser of Android. It has extended support for HTML5 features, like hardware-accelerated canvas, overflow scroll support, strong HTML5 video support, Indexed DB, WebWorkers and Web Sockets. These features makes Chrome the mobile browser of the future.
In current beta version, it does not offer various features of its desktop counterpart like synchronization of passwords, add-ons (extensions, themes and apps), NativeClient, WebGL, Flash (Adobe already stopped working on Flash for mobile browsers) etc. Moreover, the Chrome for Android will not be available for devices running on previous versions of Android. This may disappoint a major fraction of the Android users.
Chrome for Android also offers various innovative features for the developers like Remote Debugging through Chrome Developer Tools, support for various HTML5 features, geolocation etc.