A week ago, Google has introduced Chrome 28 on Android and Desktop. To attract more users, the company has just rolled out Chrome 28 for iOS users.
The major addition in this release is that the inter-operability with other Google apps. Users will have the ability to open up the links in other corresponding Google apps. Once you log in to Chrome, you will be able to log in to other interrelated Google applications with just a click.
Currently, the app supports Google+, YouTube, Google Drive and Google Maps. But the company says that they will be including more apps to the current list.
Furthermore, the app also brings text-to-speech functionality for all variations of Korean, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, English, and Italian. Moreover, the toolbar controls will also be always handy when you use voice search.
This version also provides fullscreen browsing mode to iPad users and also brings the ability to access their complete browsing history from the menu options.
Changelog of the latest iOS version:
- Integration with other Google applications.
- Fullscreen browsing for iPad users.
- View your complete browsing history.
- Upgraded search by voice functionality.
- Security/stability enhancements and other bug fixes.
In addition to the above mentioned features, the update also includes a special data cost savings feature. This will help users to reduce the data usage, download the web pages quickly, and secure browsing by optimizing the web pages you visit. This feature also provides a beautiful graph for the determined bandwidth savings.
iOS users can download the Chrome 28 from Apple App Store for free. This app is compatible with devices that run on iOS version 5.0 or above.