Chrome browser on iOS: slow but worth trying

Chrome browser on iOS: slow but worth trying

Chrome for iOS (version 4.3 and above) has just been released.

Chrome for iOS is much slower than Safari for iOS (see benchmarks below) but it has some interesting features that could make the difference. “Search in page” is one of them.

The voice recognition seems totally useless, but it you want to give it a try keep in mind that you should set the correct language first or unexpected results might occur…

To see it by yourself, download Chrome for iOS on iTunes.

For more informations, check Chrome for iOS FAQ.

Chrome browser for iOS: Search

Chrome browser for iOS: Search

Chrome browser for iOS: Open and Scroll

Chrome browser for iOS: Open and Scroll

Chrome browser for iOS: Switch tabs

Chrome browser for iOS: Switch tabs

Chrome browser for iOS: Sign in

Chrome browser for iOS: Sign in

Chrome browser for iOS: Incognito

Chrome browser for iOS: Incognito

Chrome browser for iOS

Chrome browser for iOS


Chrome browser for iOS: Settings

Chrome browser for iOS: Settings

Chrome browser for iOS: Speak now

Chrome browser for iOS: Speak now

Chrome browser for iOS: Privacy

Chrome browser for iOS: Privacy


Chrome browser for iOS: Contextual menu

Chrome browser for iOS: Contextual menu

Chrome browser for iOS: Search in page

Chrome browser for iOS: Search in page

Chrome browser for iOS: Add bookmark

Chrome browser for iOS: Add bookmark


Chrome for iOS benchmark: 8808ms

Chrome for iOS benchmark: 8808ms

Safari for iOS benchmark: 1805ms

Safari for iOS benchmark: 1805ms

Chrome for Mac OS benchmark: 258ms

Chrome for Mac OS benchmark: 258ms

Safari for Mac OS benchmark: 251ms

Safari for Mac OS benchmark: 251ms


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