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Google Chrome is one of the best web browsers because it loads and displays web pages fast. It’s also the most downloaded browser used by millions around the world. Apart from loading web pages quickly, Chrome comes with a sleek and basic design, making it very easy to use.
On most Android devices, Google Chrome is already set as the default browser, but sometimes the custom ROMs (read-only memory) can override the default browser settings; hence, you’ll be presented with a series of browser options every time you want to open a link.
Google Chrome and Android phones work well together. With Android, you get plenty of flexibility to customize your device, and that includes choosing which default browser to use.
To set Chrome as your default browser, follow the steps below:
How to make Google Chrome your default browser on Android
1. Open Settings on your Android.
2. Tap Apps.
3. Tap the “three menu-dot icon” at the top-right of your screen to open the drop down menu.
4. In the drop-down menu, tap Default apps.
5. Tap Browser app.
6. You’ll see browser options on the “Browser app page,” Tap Chrome to set it as the default web browser.
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