For as long as I can remember, I have been referring people to use Firefox as their default web browser when searching the Internet, and for the most part it was the best solution for the job. Now that Google has entered the browser market, there is another player that is offering faster page load times, reduced spam, better integration with third-party applications, and is as light weight as possible.
One of the most important tools for me is being able to use the “‘website inspect feature”. This tool allows you to identify a number of characteristics about a website (for example: This tool will allow you to see a websites css sheet, html, image files, and help debug your website using a built-in console). When I first switched to chrome it was a very easy transition; before I started browsing they had already auto-detected which applications I was using with my other browser. After a few minutes of browsing, they had me hooked.
Here are some of the notable features of Chrome:
- The most extensive app store of all browsers
- The fastest page load times
- Easy integration into the most common social tools (I have been using Evernote)
- Great integration with all Google products