Chrome for Android Beta was introduced just yesterday, and we already know that there will not be any Flash support for it – but it sure did not take long for users to discover some Easter Eggs on the latest mobile browser which runs only on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices. We do know that Chrome is smart enough to keep track of just how many tabs you have opened when browsing, and just in case you have lost count or want to push your handset to the limit in terms of hardware restrictions, then instead of hitting the 100 mark should you somehow find a way to open up at least 100 tabs, a sideways smiley emoticon will be in place instead. Very tongue-in-cheek, I might add.
As for second discovered Easter Egg, it is associated to the stack which displays your range of open tabs. When you arrive at the top of the list and continue trying to swipe upwards, the fifth attempt will see the screen flip around, performing a 360 – with a hidden Chrome logo snuck away on the rear. How many other Easter Eggs do you think the Google bunny has left for curious users to discover?