Faster browsing using Chrome browser

Google Chrome Blog: Faster browsing for your smaller screens: " . . . Chrome for Android, faster and more responsive - Speed is critical, especially when you’re on the go. With the latest version of Chrome for Android, you can scroll and fling to view all of your favorite web pages with even more speed and ease. Based on the latest version of the V8 Javascript engine, now optimized for mobile, we have improved the Octaneperformance benchmark by 25 percent on average since our previous update. This means that interactions within web pages in the browser are snappier.  We’ve also added expanded support for HTML5 features such as CSS Filters, which should result in better mobile websites in the future. We plan to continue optimizing Chrome for Android platform at the same rapid pace that you’ve come to expect on Chrome across other platforms. Chrome for iPhone and iPad, improved search and sharing - If you’re using Chrome on your iPhone or iPad, searching with Google just got even easier. Now you can see your search term in the omnibox, instead of the long search URL. This will help you refine search queries and view more content on the results page. This feature will roll out in the coming weeks, so you may not see it right away after upgrading. . . . "

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