The Chrome browser became available for the Apple iOS mobile operating system on June 26, 2012. It supports iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch and requires the device to run iOS 11.0 or later.
Following Apple’s App Store browser requirements, Chrome for iOS uses iOS WebKit, an engine and components from Apple designed for the Safari browser. Chrome is the default web browser for the iOS Gmail app, but it can’t be used as the default app for the entire device because Apple hasn’t made it available to users of its devices.
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Below are links to a free download of the latest version of Chrome in the App Store. The link leads to downloading the official distribution of the application. It does not require registration or any payments. You can be sure that this installation is safe.
- You can now move the address bar to the bottom of your screen. Tap Chrome Menu > Settings > Address Bar.
- When you open a new tab, you’ll see a recent tab suggestion to help you pick up where you left off.
- Get improved website suggestions that correct for typos in the address bar.
- Get a notification to help you easily restore Chrome as your default browser after resetting your phone.
- When you highlight text, you can now select “Search with Google” from the context menu.
- You can now tap on plain text phone numbers to make a call.
- Stability and performance improvements.
Use the App Store links to install from the official store.