A new survey from the Pew Research Center finds that while Android users are increasingly switching to a tablet or smartphone to get the most out of their digital experience, Chrome is the most popular browser among people who also have a PC.
According to the survey, people who are also using Chrome as their default browser are about four times as likely to report switching to that device as those who use an Android device.
People who use a tablet also have more experience using Chrome than people who use Android devices, with nearly half of those who used Chrome as the default browser reporting they had at least one year of experience using the browser.
This is also true for people who have at least three years of experience with Chrome.
The survey also found that Chrome is used by people of all ages and is used in a similar way to Internet Explorer.
The majority of people who switched to Chrome also use the browser on their mobile device as their primary browser.
The study also found Chrome usage among people with a PC was about the same as it was among Android users, but more than half of people using a PC also used the browser as their main browser.
The results are based on a nationwide online survey of 1,917 people ages 18 and older conducted between July 1 and July 8, 2017.
Pew asked respondents to rate the five most important differences between Chrome and Android, using a scale of 1 to 5.
This scale, known as the “Chrome Effect,” measures how different a browser can be compared to other browsers.
The higher the number, the more a browser’s features can be appreciated.
For example, a 2 is equal to a 6.0, a 4 is equal in the range of a 7.5, and so on.
In the survey’s findings, people chose Chrome as most important because it offers more features, is more stable and has better performance.
Among people who switch to Chrome, Chrome’s “Chromium Effect” was rated 3.8, and Android’s was rated 2.6.