According to the Mountain View firm, this new version makes it possible in particular to extend the Chrome experience from the computer to different mobile devices. Thus, once logged into your Google account, you can resume browsing on your smartphone where you left off on your computer, by finding all the tabs that were left open. It is also possible to synchronize all your favorites.
Along with this launch, a recent study by AT Internet shows how the Google Chrome browser continues to grow to reach 18.2% of average website visits in Europe at the end of 2011, thereby reducing increasingly the gap with Mozilla / Firefox which accuses the blow in 2011 (26.9% in 2011 against 29.8% in 2010). For its part, Internet Explorer still does not manage to stop the erosion of its share of visits (40.9% in 2011 against 49.2% in 2010) while Safari passed the 10% mark in December 2011.