Chrome (Beta) for Android gets application shortcuts and faster search

Chrome (Beta) for Android gets application shortcuts and faster search

The Chrome team at Google has been hard at work as always and this week they have released another update for Chrome beta for Android.  This now allows you to create shortcuts to websites on your home screen.  Along with other usual bug fixes this might not seem like a “huge” improvement, however it’s the little things in life that matter.  So check it out and tell us what you think!

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Source: Google Chrome Blog

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