Chrome For iPhone, iPad Gets First Update

    August 22, 2012
    Chris Crum

Google announced its first update for Chrome on iPhone and iPad in version 21 / 21.0.1180.77.

The update adds the ability to share directly from Chrome to social networks and email. Other features include: “more actionable” sync sign in error messages, improved detection for the welcome tour, and fixes for pages loading blank in Incognito mode.

Not a huge update, but an update nonetheless, for the highly anticipated mobile version of the popular browser. Google launched the iOS version of Chrome in June. Here’s a hands-on in case you’ve yet to test the waters.

In other Google-related browser news, Google has extended its partnership with Opera to remain the default search provider.

Chrome’s operating system counterpart, Chrome OS, also got some tweaks this week. More on that here.


Chris Crum
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