Get more done with the new Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad. Now more simple, secure and faster-than-ever, with Google Smarts built-in.
• FASTER BROWSING - Chrome’s address bar uses Google Search to make any fact-finding mission fast and simple. It also searches your Google Drive, so diving into next week’s vacation plan is just that much easier.
• ARTICLES FOR YOU - Chrome surfaces articles, blogs, and content that we think you might like. The more you use Chrome, the more personalized it gets. So you’ll always have what’s most relevant to you at your fingertips.
• GOOGLE TRANSLATE - No matter where you are on the web, or the globe, Chrome lets you translate an entire site in a single click with Google Translate built-in. Chrome also automatically prompts translation when you need it.
• MANAGE YOUR TABS - open as many tabs as your heart desires and manage them in the new grid shapes to easily view and compare websites.
• SYNC ACROSS DEVICES - Signing into Chrome automatically syncs across your laptop, tablet, or on your phone. You get the same experience – no matter where you go.
• AUTOFILL FORMS & PASSWORDS - Remembering p4$$w0rd$ is a thing of the past. Chrome can store your address and payment details, so you can fill out forms with just one click.
• VOICE SEARCH - use the magic of Google voice search to find answers on-the-go without typing
• PRIVACY - use Incognito mode to browse without saving your history (learn more at WUx02)
Here is a simple way to get your old chrome look back. Just click the Apps button in the corner. Than go to settings and set the Apps page as the start page.
A completely new and redesigned Chrome is being gradually rolled out! Please give us your feedback on bugs you encounter or ways we can make Chrome even better. We’re interested in any issues you notice, regardless of whether or not you see the new design. Here are the highlights of the new features: • New bottom toolbar: easier to reach frequently used functions, like Back, Search, tabs, and the menu. To discover some shortcuts, press and hold different buttons on the toolbar, or swipe on the toolbar. • New tab grid: see bigger previews of your tabs, including tabs open on other devices. Drag tabs to reorder them. • Features like Bookmarks and Reading Lists are now easily accessible on the New Tab Page. • Press firmly on the app icon to see shortcuts (3D Touch). • Credit cards you enter on your device are now securely synced to Google Pay for use on other devices (if enabled). • Performance improvements and bug fixes.
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5 years later I notice this, ha! Thanks! Now I need to figure out how to add my app shortcuts/icons to it.
I so agree with you! I wonder if you can help me though with even finding my Apps! I lost that little icon that says apps at the left top of the page as you have. :)
thx so much :D
The overhaul of the Chrome iOS UI greatly improves its usability and accessibility. Looks great too!
I’m having so much trouble with the new update. I was trying to upload my resume on a website a couple of times already. It tends to take to me a tab page. Where I’m not allowed to go back on it afterwards. I thought whatever I’ll try exiting and trying and again. It’s the same thing , I never had an issue with chrome until now ! Fix this
If I had known how awful the update would've been, I wouldn't have done it!!! Like other reviewers have mentioned, things are backwards and too much of Safari feel to it. Ugh. I hope Google realizes how big a fail this update is and goes back to the redesign board ASAP.
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You made my day. I'm 100% in agreement with your preferences. Thanks!!!
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Google Chrome (commonly known simply as Chrome) is a freeware web browser developed by Google LLC. It was first released on September 2, 2008, for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS and Android. Google Chrome is also the main component of Chrome OS, where it serves as a platform for running web apps. Google releases the majority of Chrome's source code as the Chromium open-source project; however, Chrome itself is proprietary software. One component that is not open-source is the built-in Adobe Flash Player (that Chrome has disabled by default since September 2016). Chrome used the WebKit layout engine until version 27. As of version 28, all Chrome ports except the iOS port use Blink, a fork of the WebKit engine.As of 2018, StatCounter estimates that Google Chrome has a 66% worldwide usage share of web browsers as a desktop browser. It also has 56% market share across all platforms combined, because it has over 50% share on smartphones; and thus Chrome is the most used browser in virtually all countries (most exceptions in Africa). Its success has led to Google expanding the "Chrome" brand name on various other products such as Chrome OS, Chromecast, Chromebook, Chromebit, Chromebox and Chromebase.. Apps, updates, chrome, startpage, google, google chrome,
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