Google has updated its Chrome web browser for iOS on April 16, adding plenty of noteworthy features in the latest release.
The biggest video platform on the web is finally ditching Flash. YouTube has announced that all videos will now load in HTML5 by default when you watch them in a number of popular browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
The Chrome team over at Google today announced the release of Chrome 39 for Mac, Windows and Android. This is the first stable build of Chrome for Mac to be released to the public with 64-bit support.
Google today updated Chrome for iOS with Cast support for mobile sites, that lets you view or play certain types of content on your TV.
Google announced today in a blog post that its Chrome apps are ready to be ported to both iOS and Android. Chrome apps are HTML5-based apps that run offline like a standalone application. They were introduced to the desktop platform and soon they will work on mobile devices.
To reduce your data consumption while you’re on-the-go, Google is adding a new feature to Chrome for iOS that compresses data and reduces usage by up to 50 percent.
Google launched Chrome for iOS in June last year, and since then it has managed to double its share of iOS web traffic from 1.5 percent to 3 percent in North America, according to data collected by online advertising network Chitika.
Google Chrome’s Incognito mode promises a completely private browsing experience, which means it doesn’t store your history, doesn’t keep a track of your logins and doesn’t remember your searches. But Chrome for iOS, due to the way it’s implemented, will retain your search history on google.com, and possibly on other websites too.
Yesterday, Google released an update for its Chrome browser app.
The latest update includes enhanced search options including pronoun support for voice search and the ability to get back to your search results faster.
Google Chrome update brings improved Google Apps integration, fullscreen iPad support and data compression
Google has released an update for Google Chrome for iPhone and iPad.
The update includes features such as improved integration with other Google Apps such as YouTube, Maps, G+ and Drive, fullscreen support on the iPad and more importantly data cost savings by reducing data usage and improving page load times.