We all have grown accustomed to the way that marshall Google decides to keep everything in check regarding web surfing. Chrome is wonderful products, having all the perks of a great browser: sleek, elegant, lots of add-ons and many updates on the way. As part of their initiative of expanding the tech business even further, Google launches Chrome 47 for Android.
We are all aware of the fact that Chrome is not your garden-variety web browser. Apart from incorporating quite a lot of technology, Chrome has even become the foundation of a very reliant operating system called Chrome OS. The operating system has quite a lot of perks borrowed from LINUX, but the end product is very powerful in terms of performance. Gadgets like Chromebook use this type of operation system. Yes, the name does ring a bell because it can now be found in any classroom that enrolled in the Google for Education program.
Chrome managed to stay ahead of the competition for so long because the developers are always packing it with new upgrades. Coming it with other features and eliminating old ones seem to be the favorite pass-time of Chrome’s developing thing. Moreover, Chrome is noted for its fervor when it comes to security updates. Like other companies, Google offers security bounties. Meaning, that anyone who discovers a flaw in Chrome’s security protocols can report it to the company. In term, the company would offer the lucky seeker a sum of money for reporting this problem to their maintenance crew.
This is a quite useful strategy, aimed to cover up all loose ends in terms of security. According to some number posted on the web, Google gave approximately 100000 dollars away to various individuals that managed to find and report several security weaknesses.
And to top it all up, Chrome is now available for all platforms, including Windows, LINUX, and MAC. Although Chrome can be quite a nuisance sometimes when it comes to loading time and RAM consumption, it benefits surely outweigh some of the unpleasant aspects.
Google launches Chrome 47 for Android, as a sort of celebration for finding and fixing more than 40 gaps in security. Also, Google announced that they have included a few new features into the new platform for a mobile device. Furthermore, Chrome 47 is not online limited to devices. You can get it for your PC or laptop as well. Just hit the update button, restart the application and presto! the browser has been updated.
As for your mobile device, just head on to the Google Play Store and search for the new browser. If it isn’t available, it means that you just have to have a little more patience.