Good for the Android ecosystem. Good for open mobile web. Good for Chrome.
Now that Chrome for Android has been open-sourced through a Chromium version, developers can create new mobile browsers with their own unique features and takes on the web browsing experience using the same solid codebase powering Chrome and 1-in-4 desktop Internet users’ window to the web. The desktop version of the browser already powers popular alternatives like Opera and Vivaldi, so we can expect to see a lot of new ones available on mobile very soon.