Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Chrome for iOS Update

The Chrome team is excited to announce Chrome 28 for iPhone and iPad. Chrome 28.0.1500.12 contains a number of new features including:
  • Improved interoperability with many other Google Apps
  • Voice Search enhancements
  • Fullscreen for iPad
  • Data usage savings (rolling out over time)
  • Access to browser history
  • Lots of stability improvements and other bug fixes
The update will be rolling out in the App Store over the next few hours. Known issues are available on the Chrome support site. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome


Blogger John Ngoi said...

Is Chrome 28 for iOS using Blink or WebKit?

2:10 PM, July 17, 2013  
Blogger moyyyy said...

I don't think iOS allows browsers to use their own backend. So Chrome would be using Safari which would be using webkit.

^^Someone verify?

3:38 PM, July 17, 2013  
Blogger 茶米 said...

Chrome for iOS has always used a limited Safari core as its backend. Only part from Chromium is its network stack, which supports SPDY and some other stuff.

9:11 PM, July 17, 2013  
Blogger acai said...

Please enable chrome://flags

11:32 PM, July 17, 2013  
Blogger Gary Floto said...

I did update yesterday. Issues with logins to some sites.

11:21 AM, July 18, 2013  
Blogger Looking LA said...

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12:32 PM, July 18, 2013  
Blogger Ruud said...

Pease make it possible to switch off fullscreen. I hate it for it's restless behavior. Just try and see a picasa slideshow!

1:52 AM, July 19, 2013  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate full screen. Full screen needs a toggle. The constant sliding and tapping to get the address bar and back buttons far out weighs the tiny screen increase.

1:24 PM, July 19, 2013  
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10:27 PM, July 20, 2013  
Blogger the House of Payne said...

I hate full screen. Please tell me how to turn it off, or how to go back to the previous update.

8:56 AM, July 21, 2013  
Blogger Jonathan North said...

Is there a way to turn off full screen? It's driving me crazy! I can't stand it!

5:26 PM, July 23, 2013  
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10:25 AM, July 27, 2013  
Blogger LissaB said...

Totally agree, I hate fullscreen. Please add the ability to turn it off.

12:26 AM, July 29, 2013  

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