There are a ton of mobile browsers that smartphone users can choose from, although given the popularity of Google Chrome for the desktop, we wouldn’t be surprised if mobile users opted for the mobile version of Chrome as well. If you’re using Chrome on your iOS device, the app has recently been updated with several interesting and efficient features. For those who rely on voice search a lot, the app has been updated to allow follow-up questions with pronounces, such as “Who is his wife?” which could be a follow-up question to, “Who is the president of the United States?”
The app has also been made a little “faster”, so if you performed a search and clicked on a link but it did not turn out to be the one you had in mind, hitting the back button will reload the search results instantly as opposed to having to watch for the results to be fetched again. Google has also introduced a new data consumption tracker which also shows off how Chrome is saving your bandwidth (for those on data plans).
For those who have yet to download Chrome, you can do so via the iTunes App Store for free. The app will be able to sync with the desktop version of Chrome, assuming you have a Google account, and will load your history and bookmarks onto the mobile app as well and vice versa.
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