The latest step in Google's effort to unite its browsers had just made progress. Chrome is now on Android. It should be noted that this is still in beta stage, and is only available for Ice Cream Sandwich users. Also like its desktop counterpart, you can sync all settings and other preferences between the cloud and other Chrome clients as well. And yes, it will have tabs. Just look at the picture above. You can also sync all your autocomplete data, which is a major plus, considering most users don't want to key in everything they use every day, when they already did it on Chrome's desktop version.
Below is a few videos. The first two are from Google, and the third is a hands on provided by Engadget.