Although the Internet surfing community is already filled with the likes of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and others, many are saying that Google Chrome is not just another web browser. Yes, Google’s official foray into the web browser arena has largely been met with positive press and it’s ready to make the leap to mobile.
This should really come as no surprise to anyone, but Google has announced that it will be bringing a mobile version of the newly released Chrome web browser into the mobile environment of Google Android smartphones. Both projects are based on the open-source Webkit rendering engine. They haven’t come up with a name yet, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they just go with Chrome Mobile.
Interestingly, there isn’t much in terms of Google services integration in Chrome. It’s not preconfigured to use iGoogle, Gmail, or other Google goods. If that’s the case, will Google go light on Google when it comes to Android too?