Google has just announced the release of the first stable version of Chrome for Android, now available on Google Play for Android 4.0 devices. As expected, Google says that the update brings stability and performance fixes, as well as some "minor UI adjustments, especially for tablets." When we first played with the Chrome for Android beta, we were impressed with its functionality and speed compared to the traditional Android browser — be sure to check out our impressions of the software, and grab the new version (18.0.1025123) for yourself at the Google Play Store.
Chrome for Android leaves beta, available now for Android 4.0 devices
Chrome for Android leaves beta, available now for Android 4.0 devices/
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