Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android

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December 01, 2017
  1. Google Chrome Browser For Android
  2. Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android Tablet
  3. Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android Phones
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Yes, it is easy to install the Google Chrome browser on your Amazon Kindle or Fire tablet. You can do it in two minutes or less and won't need to root the tablet. Just a single free download and you'll have Chrome

If you're one of the millions who picked up a new Amazon Fire HD tablet when they were on sale recently for $49 (8') or $79 (10'), you may be discovering what I found out when I bought mine.

Dec 10, 2017 Google Chrome for Android is adding a parallel download feature to accelerate download speeds in version 64+. The feature is now enabled by default.

The Fire HD is a really, really nice tablet. Great for surfing the web, keeping up with email, watching videos, listening to music, and yes, even reading Kindle books.

It's quick, virtually indestructible, and easy-to-use. Hard to believe you can get such a powerful handheld computer for under $50.

But even with all it's goodness, the Fire tablet is missing something.

The Google Chrome browser.

Yes, the Fire tablet does include Amazon's Silk browser. And while it isn't bad, it isn't as fast or easy-to-use as Chrome.

Amazon would prefer you use the Silk browser and stay within the Amazon universe. They don't want you straying off into Google Land.

But there's no technical reason you can't install the Chrome browser on a Fire tablet. It won't void the warranty and in fact, will make the tablet even better.

Fortunately, installing the Chrome browser onto a Fire tablet is easy. You can do it in less than two minutes simply by visiting one web page and clicking the download link to install.

I show how in the video below.

As noted in the above video, installing Chrome on your Kindle Fire is pretty easy. Just use the Silk browser on your Kindle Fire and go to https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/chrome/chrome-62-0-3202-84-release/

There, download the version of the Chrome that matches the version of Android on your tablet. After that, click the downloaded file name to install.

When the install is complete, Chrome will be on your Kindle Fire. If you have a Google account, you can log into the Chrome browser on your Fire, and all your saved bookmarks and logins will show up.

Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android

As noted in the last part of the above video, if you want access to the full Google Play store, where you can choose from hundreds of thousands of apps to install on your Fire, you can do that as well. See details at http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2017/06/09/how-to-install-google-play-on-2017-fire-tablets-in-5-minutes/

Google Chrome Browser For Android

December 01, 2017

Yes, it is easy to install the Google Chrome browser on your Amazon Kindle or Fire tablet. You can do it in two minutes or less and won't need to root the tablet. Just a single free download and you'll have Chrome

If you're one of the millions who picked up a new Amazon Fire HD tablet when they were on sale recently for $49 (8') or $79 (10'), you may be discovering what I found out when I bought mine.

The Fire HD is a really, really nice tablet. Great for surfing the web, keeping up with email, watching videos, listening to music, and yes, even reading Kindle books.

It's quick, virtually indestructible, and easy-to-use. Hard to believe you can get such a powerful handheld computer for under $50.

But even with all it's goodness, the Fire tablet is missing something.

The Google Chrome browser.

Yes, the Fire tablet does include Amazon's Silk browser. And while it isn't bad, it isn't as fast or easy-to-use as Chrome.

Amazon would prefer you use the Silk browser and stay within the Amazon universe. They don't want you straying off into Google Land.

But there's no technical reason you can't install the Chrome browser on a Fire tablet. It won't void the warranty and in fact, will make the tablet even better.

Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android Tablet

Fortunately, installing the Chrome browser onto a Fire tablet is easy. You can do it in less than two minutes simply by visiting one web page and clicking the download link to install.

I show how in the video below.

Enable Parallel Downloading In Google Chrome For Android Phones

As noted in the above video, installing Chrome on your Kindle Fire is pretty easy. Just use the Silk browser on your Kindle Fire and go to https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/chrome/chrome-62-0-3202-84-release/

There, download the version of the Chrome that matches the version of Android on your tablet. After that, click the downloaded file name to install.

When the install is complete, Chrome will be on your Kindle Fire. If you have a Google account, you can log into the Chrome browser on your Fire, and all your saved bookmarks and logins will show up.

As noted in the last part of the above video, if you want access to the full Google Play store, where you can choose from hundreds of thousands of apps to install on your Fire, you can do that as well. See details at http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2017/06/09/how-to-install-google-play-on-2017-fire-tablets-in-5-minutes/