Many popular browsers, including Google Chrome, have inbuilt functionality to run in private browsing [incognito] mode. This is a very important feature nowadays to protect the privacy of users while surfing the Internet. “Incognito” mode allows users to surf the Internet without leaving traces of their browsing data on the device which they are using. When you use incognito mode, browser does not store any data related to your Internet browsing like the websites you visited, history, downloaded files, forms data that you filled, cookies and so on. This is a very helpful feature when you are using a public computer. Read the full post
We all love Google Chrome. We gradually shifted our Internet surfing habits from one browser to another, starting from Internet Explorer –> Mozilla Firefox –> Google Chrome (in that order).
Several reasons for the popularity of Google Chrome are blazing speed, thousands of useful and intuitive extensions, easy sync and lots more. One more reason why people love Google Chrome is the ease-of-installation. You can always goto this link and download one small “online installer” which again downloads the full “offline installer” and installs Google Chrome.
But you can always go ahead and download the full offline standalone installer for Google Chrome from these links :
There were many good options for a decent browser on your Android phone, but none was as good enough as the Google chrome on your PC. Well, Google has finally listened to all our wishes and after a really long wait Google Chrome beta for Android has been finally released in the Android Marketplace.
The current beta of the Chrome browser for Android works only on Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich and is officially released only in some selected countries.
The Chrome browser for Android is feature packed with HTML5 support, optimized UI for phones and tablets, sending pages from desktop to phone, including all the good old features that work in the PC version of the browser like incognito mode, omnibox and bookmark sync.