Google I/O day 2 has kicked off, and Chrome is one of the big points of focus today. Google just announced that there are now 310 million active Chrome users, making Chrome the most popular browser in the world, globally.
According to the company, those 310 million users combined are typing 60 billion words, downloading a terabyte of data, and saving 13 years worth of time every day.
During the keynote, Google hyped up the idea that they're going to be reaching a lot more people via mobile devices, and yesterday, the company announced that Chrome for Android is out of beta, so that will certainly help.
Yesterday, Google announced that 400 million Android devices have been activated.
It just so happens that Google just announced Chrome for the iPhone and iPad. That should make a pretty big difference too. More on that shortly.