Chrome for iOS Plays Better with Other Google Apps
Google today kicked out an update to the iOS version of Chrome, which adds a handful of useful new features. First and foremost, Chrome now lets iOS device owners open web links in other Google apps, including Google Maps, Google+, Google Drive, and YouTube. Further, the app makes some improvements to its text-to-speech and search performance, and reduces the amount of data needed to deliver web sites. Other changes include support for fullscreen browsing on the iPad and general performance fixes. Chrome for iOS is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
Chrome for iOS Gains QR Scanning Tool
Google today updated its Chrome browser for iOS devices and added a novel tool: a QR and barcode scanner. iPhone owners can scan a QR code or barcode by using 3D Touch on the app logo or by searching for "QR" in iOS's Spotlight search bar.
Chrome for iOS Earns New Gestures and Other Features
Google today updated its Chrome browser for the iOS platform. Three gestures are the chief new feature.
Google Adds Android Pay to Chrome
Google recently updated its Chrome browser for Android devices with several performance improvements. Fire and foremost, Android users can rely on Android Pay to make purchases online when browsing.
Google's Chrome Browser for iOS Lets You Save Articles for Later
Google has updated its Chrome browser for iOS devices and given it the ability to save online stories for later reading. The share button now includes a "read later" option that will download the article directly to the device so it can be read at a later time, even when the phone is offline.
Google Speeds Up Chrome for iOS