Google Updates Chrome for iOS
Google today announced that a new version of its Chrome browser is available to the Apple iPhone and iPad. The updated browser makes improvements to the Omnibox, which now shows recent searches in plain text instead of the search result URL. It is now easier to view the browsing history by pressing and holding the back button. Chrome users may also more easily send web pages via native iOS messaging apps thanks to new sharing features in Chrome. The update is available from the iTunes App Store. Google released a new version of Chrome for Android devices last week. That update focused on speed improvements.
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