Friday, June 29, 2012
Google has launched the iPhone and iPad versions of its popular Chrome Browser (I'll use it and review it for you very soon).
However, it will not have access to the technology that Apple uses for its own, built-in Safari browser. In addition, users will not be able to change their default web browser.
Here's a quick snippet on what the Chrome for iOS web browser offers:
Synchronisation of tabs, web history and passwords with the desktop version of Chrome browser.
Availability and Compatibility: The free download will run on iOS 4.3 or later. The current version is 5.1.1, and iOS 6 is due later in the year.