Chrome Beta for Android includes a feature that removes the largest brake pad in mobile surfing.
All touch-based browsers have suffered from a common plague: an artificial pause after each click. The break is typically on 0.3 seconds and is there to ensure that the browser can distinguish between double click or plain clicks.
In Google’s latest beta version of mobile browser Chrome is that conclusively made up with the artificial pause for reflection. Chrome Beta distinguishes between touch-optimized website and classic websites and string, the now redundant, art break. At the same time, other functionalities such as pinch-to-zoom still preserved.
The result is a noticeable faster browsing experience on mobile websites. Turbo button is back!
Chrome Beta can be downloaded by Google Play Big. It is worth noting that this is software in the beta version, and who can therefore occur small bugs.