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Thursday, 28 June 2012 21:26

Chrome finally hits iOS

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Google I/O 2012: Goes where Adobe could not


Google pulled another bunny out of its hat on the second day of the Google I/O developers conference, as it has just announced that mobile Chrome is now available for iOS.

Available on both iPad and iPhone, iOS users will be getting a good piece of mobile Chrome browsing. Unfortunately, the iOS support comes with a price as Google's WebKit rendering engine as well as default browser choice is out of question as those are simply against Apple's strict app rules.

The good side of the story is that you will be able to use Chrome Sync that will give you your bookmarks, previously seen web pages and tabs as soon as you log in with your credentials.

Of course, it will be hard to get people away from Apple's Safari browser but at least now there is an interesting alternative. Google mobile Chrome is apparently already available at Apple's App Store. 

You can check out a neat Google Chrome video below. 



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