Sorry About Flash and All but Still, Nice to Meet You “Chrome for ‘Droid” (Page 2)
So this means no surprises, as you were gentlemen – Adobe bid farewell to the mobile version of Flash in early November, announcing it was switching to the development of HTML5 and laying off around 750 people in the process, who make up about 8% of its worldwide workforce.
Chrome for Android delivers when it comes to surprise value and the features bolstering said qualities are quite cool:
Sign into Chrome on your Android device and it will load any tabs you had open when you hopped off you Chrome browser on your computer (if, of course, you were signed in on Chrome, on the computer too)
Auto-complete suggestions and bookmarks are also passed down from your computer to your mobile device, so let’s just say you’ve searched a word and saved it as a bookmark, let’s say the word “penguin” it will be served automatically and will then rock up on your Android device with absolutely no effort on your behalf.
If you want it, and I know you do, you can find it on the Android Market. The only problem I find with the release is that I have to go out and get an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device to run it. Soon!