The chrome is back in the tech news headlines by its compatibility with iPhone and iPad development features recently. One may surf with the Google chrome browser fast on the iPhone and iPad. Further, the Apple’s split view feature facilitates multitasking, where the user may have a browser on one side of the iPad’s screen and continue working with other apps. The feature is compatible with iPad Air 2, mini 4 and presumably with the upcoming iPad Pro. A couple of the reasons that could be credited to utilize chrome are briefed below.
Unlimited tabs: It supports to open an unlimited number of tabs on the iPad, as opposed to other browsers without any lagging.
Swipe between tabs:The Google chrome allows the users to swipe at the edge of i OS devices and switch tabs in an easy manner and intuitively.
Use of Omnibox: One may search and surf at a faster rate directly from the same box. As the keywords get typed, the website URLs and search results appear.
Sync with other devices: Chrome allows to sign in and sync omnibox data, saved passwords, bookmarks, view tabs that are open in desktop, android and i OS devices. One may retrieve all the personalized information when signed in with the same ID. And also, the chrome can save the sign-in credentials through its settings.
The chrome is back in the tech news headlines by its compatibility with iPhone and iPad development features recently.
Browse with incognito: One may surf the web on i OS devices without leaving behind the history, cookies or any other data. Further, the browser data could be even deleted.
Voice search: This built-in voice search is specifically beneficial for the busy hands or the persons with special abilities.
Speed dial feature: A new tab loads up the thumbnail versions of the most visited websites by default and this feature makes one quickly hop on those visited websites.