I've been using Chrome since 2009. I switched to chrome later than pretty much everyone I knew since I was using FireFox and had no complaints. I switched to Chrome because FireFox's Linux performance was, at the time, abysmal.
Since then, I've had few gripes with Chrome. It mostly does what I want and, mostly, how I want it. The one gripe I did have is that I don't like the tab notification alerts because their visibility is too low. I submitted a bug report to this effect and never even saw a response.
Today, however, my biggest gripe came to the forefront. Chrome doesn't support plugins on Android. This means no Adblock Plus. That means obtrusive ads sucking bandwidth and battery life on a mobile device. That just seems silly to me. But the thing that really did it for me was the webcomic I visited that I couldn't actually read because of the popup dialogs. No matter what I did, Cancel, tap outside box, or back, it navigated me away from the webcomic and tried to install an APK on my phone.
Now I still really don't have gripes about Chrome on the desktop--except for that tab notification thing--but I want history and tab synchronisation across devices, and FireFox offers that. So I'm headed back to FireFox. Sorry, Chrome. You should have let me have my plugins. #chrome #firefox #adblockplus #android