Google Chrome works with all the major platforms, including Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and 8. It also works on OSX after version 10.6, and is available in Linux on Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE and Fedora. Versions of Chrome exist for iOS on all three main Apple devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPhone).
Google, in partnership with Android, is currently undergoing an investigation by the American Federal Trade Commission, which is trying to establish the extent of Google’s monopoly with the Android brand, now leading the mobile device market with 58% of mobile users owning Android powered handsets. The global reach of the Google brand means that whatever you are doing, and on whatever device you are doing it, you can stay with Google. The advantage of this is clear: you can synchronise all your content, apps, user profiles and working practices. The benefit to users is a consistent, recognisable interface at work, at home, at play, all the time. Who wants to have to adjust settings and work differently on their phone, their desktop, or their tablet? Certainly nobody here at Steegle. If this is monopoly, bring it on!
Google Chrome - Twelve Questions