Chrome for Android released into beta
If you have an Ice Cream Sandwich OS (meaning you're rooted, reading this in the future, or not currently on an HTC EVO), then you might like to know that Google has released a beta test of its new Chrome for Android web browser.
Chrome for Android features Incognito mode for relatively private browsing, the ability to sync your bookmarks from any other Chrome browser you use, send pages and content from your desktop to your mobile with one click and read them later, unlimited tabs in a stacked view, and many more features. Google put out a video with this release that also seems to indicate you can set it to have the exact same pages open on your phone as on your computer, meaning if you have to rush out the door everything should be on your phone. This could be a fairly useful feature if you forgot to, say, take the tickets you just printed.
Hopefully either HTC will release ICS soon, or a ROM developer will release an ICS build with enough features and stability for me to use it as my daily driver because I really want to play with this application.
Links: Market (EVO) | Market (web)