Google Chrome has been the alternative browser for many iOS and Android users for a number of reasons, although one of the main points has to be its ability to sync with Chrome on your computer. Google’s mobile browser just got better on iOS as they have released an update that makes the experience much better for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
The way iPhone and iPod Touch users will benefit from today’s update is the fact you can now browse the web in full-screen mode, which automatically activates itself once you start scrolling your way down a webpage. When scrolling, the toolbar will begin to hide itself until you’ve reached a point in the webpage where it can completely remove itself. The moment you need it back, you’ll just need to scroll back up on the webpage and the toolbar will appear.
In addition to the fullscreen mode. Google has also made it possible to print web pages for all iOS versions of Google Chrome by either using Google’s Cloud Print or Apple’s AirPrint features. You can also save a web page as a PDF to your Google Drive to access later.
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