Google Chrome is one of the most widely used search engines in the world.
It is also one of its most popular plugins, so it’s no surprise that Chrome is used in a huge number of search queries.
Chrome is also popular on the internet for its integration with the popular email client Gmail.
But how well does Chrome work on smartphones?
Google Chrome users can now find out by downloading and testing a new version of the browser on a smartphone.
This new version comes with a number of new features, including support for Android 4.0 Lollipop, and Chrome OS.
The new version will also allow users to run full-fledged Google Chrome on their own devices.
The new version is a major update to Chrome OS, which is Google’s own version of Android, which runs on the Nexus line of devices.
Google Chrome OS has traditionally been limited to a handful of devices, but this version includes support for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus 12, and a handful more devices.
The newest version of Chrome OS also comes with Google’s Android Pay service, which lets users buy and download digital goods with the tap of a button.
Google’s support of Android Pay has been a boon for Chrome users, and we are glad that the company is now enabling Android Pay for all Android smartphones running Chrome OS on a number more devices than it did when Chrome OS first launched.
In addition to Android Pay support, the new version adds the ability to sync data across multiple Android devices, a feature that many Android users have been clamoring for.
As of right now, this is not available for Nexus devices.
Chrome OS support also makes it possible to sync the search results of your favorite apps, such as Google Reader, to the Chrome browser.
With the new update, you will be able to sync your search results to Google Chrome’s search results on all Android devices running ChromeOS.
If you have any questions about Chrome OS compatibility, you can check out our full article on the subject.
Google has also added a new feature that allows you to run Google Chrome extensions on Android devices.
This is not as easy as it sounds.
You first have to download and install the extension manually, and then you have to run the Chrome extension on a device running Chrome.
If the extension is running on your device, it will open in the browser and allow you to use the extension.
However, if the extension has not been installed, it cannot be used.
There is an option to allow extensions to run on devices running a different version of Windows, so if you do not want to use Chrome on your Android device, you could install the Chrome OS version of an extension on your Windows device instead.
There are a couple of ways you can use the new Chrome OS update.
You can run Chrome on multiple devices and run it in the background, which will run a new extension that can be used to access Google Chrome.
Another way is to install the update manually.
Chrome will automatically start the Chrome app on all the devices that it is running in the foreground.