Google Chrome for iOS update brings interoperability with other Google apps and new features
Google has recently updates its Chrome browser for iOS platform. The all new Google Chrome update brings interoperability with other Google apps. Besides, the new update bundled with some other new features and also brings fullscreen mode for iPad.
Google Chrome for iOS now has interoperability with other Google apps. The new feature brings an enhanced integration between Google Chrome browser and other Google apps. Users have to sign in their Google accounts on Google Chrome and other Google apps will get signed in with the same credentials by a single tap. With the new update, Google Chrome also provides an option to open links for YouTube, Maps, G+ and Drive in the app instead within the browser itself.
The new Google Chrome browser has bundled with some enhancements in voice search avenue and toolbar controls are now always available when using voice search. The web browser now also text-to-speech for all variations of English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese and Korean. Google is also soon rolling out an experimental data compression service to compress the webpages in order to save data costs. With the new data compression service, users will able to view data savings in Bandwidth Management settings.
The new update of Google Chrome also brings fullscreen for iPad. Users can now view web contents or surf webpages on the web browser using their iPad with more space as the address bar hides when viewing contents. The update also provides an option to access the browsing history right from the menu. At last, the update also brings several stability and security improvements along with some bug fixes.
Users can download the updated Google Chrome by visiting Apple App Store.